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Re: Death in the (plant) family

Thanks so much for the offer.  I may take you up on it if I can't find 
someone around here to share with me.  I've given a bunch of them
away, so maybe I can call in some favors.

In a message dated 01/18/2005 8:33:26 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
lyoung@grindertaber.com writes:
Oh, Auralie, how sad!  If you'll remind me this spring, I'll be glad to
send you a division of mine (the standard orange clivia).  Some of the
side  plants are good size and should be blooming soon.

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