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Re: New plant/ Shrimp plant

In a message dated 07/12/2003 12:56:25 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
tchessie@yahoo.com writes:

> Well, maybe I will put it in the ground and try my luck then!  It was only
> $4- so it wouldn't kill me I guess.
> Theresa

Hey, you'd spend more that on a bunch of cut flowers at the grocery store.  I 
know, I always try to keep my plants forever too, but in my old age I've come 
to believe you should enjoy a plant this year and not worry about next year.  
Maybe next year you will see one you like even better.  Auralie

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