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Re: X. violacium.

I suspect that financial difference doesn't stop at groceries.  Check our
restaurants, grocery stores and nurseries and you'll find everything
obscenely expensive up here.  Remember a discussion a while back?  I pay
$3.50 to $4.00 for one pistia whereas you're throwing hundreds onto a
compost pile.

So I'm not surprised - still at $3.50 a pound or $1.10 a pound, those
xanthosomas are a fine bargain.

At 04:51 PM 03/08/2000 -0600, you wrote:
>share this with a friend so that you can eat your heart

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