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Re: Horticulture mag

Yes, Theresa, those do look most interesting.....looking forward to a
chance to read them, esp. as the one on Epimediums is about Darryl
Probst (about whose nursery I wrote an article last spring)...very
interested to read that one:-)

Great pix too!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Theresa- yahoo <tchessie@yahoo.com>
> Hi Kitty and all-
> Got the Feb issue of Horticulture in the mail today- has articles
on several
> plants we've discussed in the past- mahonia and epimedium- nice
pics too.
> Theresa

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