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Re: Another houseplant


Jim, I guess that's like the old southern treat Chess Pie.
An off-Broadway show we saw a few years ago declared that
it was really "Jes' Pie."  Whatever, I'd take it in preference to
cheesecake any day.


In a message dated 03/19/2005 10:41:43 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
jsinger@igc.org writes:
Auralie, Smith [A Gardener's Handbook of Plant Names] says "Jasmine 
[sometimes called jessamine]..." which I take to mean that the latter 
is merely a corruption of the former.

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