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The weather in Sydney



Well, Carolyn, the harbour is glistening in the Spring sun and everything 
looks lush as we've had good rains (the current El Nino cycle seems to have 
finished). Temperatures are around 22 to 25 C and its a great time of the 
year.

ciao

robert swieca
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From: iris-l
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: Re: Repeat flowering/everblooming (?) TBs
Date: Wednesday, 23 October 1996 4:12PM


Welcome Robert Swieca down there in Sydney Australia.

I have no information on reblooming or continuous bloom to offer you -- just
want to wave to you.  The USA is undergoing just awful natural catastrophes,
how are things down under??

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY





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