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Tampa Bay First Annual

Flower Show opens tomorrow. And I admit to a genetic weakness for these kinds of extravaganzas. So I'll be on the road in the AM, headed to a new T-shirt buying opportunity and, maybe, some fun stuff. There is some information about the show at a link on


or at least there was this afternoon. Looks like fun, partly because they will be busting their girdles to make this first one memorable.

I'll be interested in looking for unusual plumeria and different fat plants.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
Zone 10

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