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Re: link to Auralie's pictures

In a message dated 06/14/2005 8:56:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:
So how do you keep the aphids off your butterfly weed? You have a great
stand of them there and they look so darn healthy!

Aphids have never been a problem with the common milkweed,
but when I have grown 'Ice Follies' and other cultivated ones they
have the bright yellow aphids others have described.  I have never
seen them on any other plants.  Wonder where they come from.

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