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Re: FG

Agreed Kitty.  Some people would gripe if their ice cream was cold.  Sheesh.

On Apr 4, 2005 12:36 PM, Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing Center
<4042N15@nationalhearing.com> wrote:
> I just began reading the June issue of FG and saw a letter they printed from
> a Northeast reader re Gene's article.  She write that his suggestion of
> Ostrich Ferns was questionable becuase their appearance in August is
> terrible.  I have Ostrich Ferns and the only one that looks bad in August is
> one that self-sowed somehow into a  bright sun location.  All of them in
> shade to part shade look fine through fall.  I didn't think it would be that
> different here in IN than it is in her MA.  Anyone else grow these ferns?
> Also, she objected to the scale of the photos used in the article - said she
> couldn't grasp the size of the plants because they weren't all shown in the
> same scale.  For cryin-out-loud, I don't think I've ever seen a mag article
> that had each picture in an article published at identical scale to each
> other.
> I say pish-tosh to her, not because Gene's involved, but because her
> complaints seem silly.
> Kitty
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