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Re: Siberian bloom

In a message dated 96-10-31 10:09:14 EST, you write:

>Would you be interested in Siberians that continue to bloom?  My Reprise
>bloomed 5 weeks continuously in 1995, 6 weeks in 1996.

Absolutely... I'd like any kind of "sound bites" that anyone would like to
offer that they understand may be reprinted.  This poor girl is so out of her
element it's frightening, so anything you can do to help me fill pages with
topical, interesting stuff is graaaaand

Kathyguest... tickled!

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