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Fern/garden shots

  • Subject: Fern/garden shots
  • From: xericferns@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 08:53:28 -0400

Given how slow things are on the web currently, I just thought I'd throw this out for your perusal. This is how I showcase my love of xeric?ferns?in Bakersfield, CA.?The shrubs used in the raised beds that form the background for the rock garden are all Proteaceous in nature, for any who might be interested.

I apologize for the format (AOL Pictures) but I'm too lazy to put together my own site. 


David Schwartz

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