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Re: Titan Watch 9/7/99, not open

We had it in the display next to the titan for the first week of so of the
display. It finished several weeks ago, but the inflorescence last for a while.

--- Al Wootten <awootten@NRAO.EDU> wrote:
> Craig
> Just curious...what happened to the third A. gigas which was at 48"
> a month ago??  Has it bloomed already, or is it reticent also?
> Got my A. titanum T-shirt--fantastic!!
> Clear skies,
> Al
> +---------------------------------------------------------+
> |Al Wootten, Slacktide, Sturgeon Creek at the Rappahannock|
> |Astronomer (http://www.cv.nrao.edu/~awootten/)           |
> |genealogy homepage  http://members.tripod.com/~astral    |
> |Deltaville, Virginia              (804)776-6369          |
> +---------------------------------------------------------+

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