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Re: Spring Must be around the corner

I have some that made it so far.  Pulmerias didn't but that is my  fault, I 
had put 2 in one VERY LARGE planter and wasn't able to get them in the  home in 
time.  I was so disappointed, so I will be looking for a few again,  and wont 
make the same mistake again.
Any one know where I can order some?
I hope my gingers make it.  We will see.
Feeling pretty good this week so I am organizing to get ready for spring  
plantings.  I am going to add some Cannas this year, already ordered a  couple.  
In a message dated 3/2/2006 6:50:08 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

Did you  save all your tropical plants from last year? Wondering how they  are
fairing inside your house?

Glad Santa made your  holiday....

Since I do know what is going on with Holli, we need to  keep her in our
prayers right now....


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