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Re: name that daylily link

In a message dated 07/11/2004 4:34:48 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
able to come close though.  And maybe Auralie (I think she does Hems).  Any
other Hem specialists?  I know we have a few.

Don't I wish!  I used to do hems but haven't been able to grow them for the 
fifteen or more years because of the deer.  There are so many new cultivars 
I wouldn't know where to begin.  

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