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Re: CULT: Companion Plants--Sempervivums?

From: HIPSource@aol.com

In a message dated 11/12/99 10:10:16 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
jcwalters@bridgernet.com writes:

<< Are you sure that your cheres enfants are in such imminent peril? I
 non-chalantly leave my sempervivums clambering out of the confinement of
 their pots unclothed to the winter winds - which I expect have a sharper
 bite here than in your locale - without ill effect. One must assume, after
 all, that their name was not chosen at random.>>

These are sissy Virginia sempervivums. They look cold and I've seen them 
shivering at the end of their little umbilici. Better safe than sorry.
 << and in my waking moments I shall be looking forward to your forthcoming 
ROOTS articles.>>

Merci. One hopes the earth will move for you. 

Anner Whitehead
"It was when the trees were leafless first in November 
And their blackness became apparent, that one first
Knew the eccentric to be the base of design."-- Stevens

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