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RE: interesting sqample

Happy Birthday Betsy! I see the gardening fairy already brought you
something special :)

Have a great Birthday!


> HI Everyone!!
>     I've been lurking for way too long. 1857 messages that go back to when
> time began.
>     Tomorrow is my birthday and a customer at the garden center brought me
> a
> treat. An adult form of Hedera helix that was growing at his son-in-laws
> house. Very cool. I had no idea what I was looking at when he brought it
> into the shop. Lustrous green leaves with a little variegation, reputed to
> be evergreen by the customer. The sample had an inflorence of about 5
> clusters of dead flowers that bloomed white. I found a great picture in
> Dirr's picture book of trees and shrubs and a drawing of both forms in the
> monster Dirr book.
> Had to share because I have never seen one...only heard about it in
> lectures
> in college..
> Betsy
> Evergreen, CO

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