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Re: RE aril society

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

     Yes I did receive my wish list from the Aril sale. I am very pleased, and
just about have my raised bed reworked after 4 years of just taking out the
excess for club sales, or a rhizome for a friend now and then. It was
interesting to see what else I had stuck into that bed. Like tb, mdb. sdb, I.
Florentine and a rose, just to see how they would grow. I found everyone just
breaking dormancy just like the ABs .  There are lots of poppies in that bed
as well. I have tried to get them out but some always survive and thrive, then
when spring comes I cannot make myself pull all those persistant color spots.
Besides after the aril/arilbreds bloom the poppy foliage helps the bed look
     Hopefully your wish list will arrive soon.

Rita B
PCIS Pres., Region 13 
University Place, Wa
zone 7
about 2 m from Puget Sound

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