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Re: Seedlings-Bee Crosses

Rita Gormley wrote:
> with a camera) took a wonderful, tho not too clear, picture of an old
> "Granny Iris" next to our mailbox with a tiny tree frog peeping out!  d
> a bloom but he keeps speculating on the names possible such as Philius T.=> Phrog etc.

Jeremy Fisher?  My fave phrog.

Ginny in so. Ont - looking forward to normality returning after
stressful weekend of non-stop young(9 tents on lawns)  
Ginny inanda@lindsaycomp.on.ca
Zone 4b Clay Loam

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