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Re: Re: Name of this fern?

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Re: Name of this fern?
  • From: "Bob Halley" rhalley1@san.rr.com
  • Date: Sun, 1 May 2005 11:49:25 -0700

To Larry and others that may be wondering. It seems that it is usual to reply to the list if your answer is of general interest but if you want to reply individually your browser should provide a way to find the originator's URL. With Outlook Express if you right click on the entry in your 'Inbox' list and go to 'properties' you will find the needed info.
Good luck with growing everything.
Bob Halley
1714 Malden St.
San Diego, CA, 92109
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