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Re: TB:CULT: Sea World


At 11:58 AM 9/14/97 -0600, Linda wrote:
>Anybody out there grow SEA WORLD?  I have never seen a cv take off with
>the rampant growth that this one has so far.
>
>Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
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We have grown SEA WORLD for several years. It grows well but not rampantly.
Right now it is in rebloom and it does that very reliably.

John Montgomery
monashee@bcgrizzly.com
Vernon  BC  Zone 5





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