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Re: Hardiness Testing

> Percentage of increases that bloom

How can you tell this without digging up the plant to count the
increases?  Or ... duh, I guess you just count fans?

> 1922 - On this day, the tomb of The Boy King, Tutankhamen, was
> discovered in Egypt by Lord Carnarvon of England and Howard Carter of
> the United States. The find was called, "The greatest archaeological
> discovery of all time."

Yeah, of all time up until then... that's so funny because they couldn't
predict the future.  What if we find Atlantis one day?

Amy Moseley Rupp
amyr@mpd.tandem.com, Austin, TX, zone 8b
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