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RE: Floral Magazine

I am old enough for that period of time, but nope, not into gardening
back then.... Nice to find some old treasure you totally forgot about.

So what was the popular plant back then... or what was the newest
addition to the plant world?


> We were having some work done on our sound system - replacing old
> speakers,
> etc., and had to remove books from some high shelves.  I discovered a
> stack
> that I had completely forgotten about of Park's Floral Magazine from
> 1965 to it's demise in December, 1969.  Is anyone else old enough to
> remember
> that?  It was a really good small magazine - I have been enjoying
> through it.  Much of the information doesn't age.  I wonder if anyone
> is
> interested in these.  Auralie

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