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Re: new pics

Your garden is lovely, Theresa.  A far cry from what we have, and it's
22 degrees out this morning.  
I can't quite see what your Clivia is growing in - surely it doesn't grow
right in the ground?  I lost one once by leaving it out too late in the 
fall when it got down into the 40s at night.  I hadn't realized they were
quite so tender.
In a message dated 3/29/2008 10:23:52 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
macycat3@sbcglobal.net writes:

finally got around to taking some pictures in my garden.  Missed some 
of the earlier spring blooms, but still lots to see and very pretty this 
year.  It was a good year for bulbs, and my citrus are going to have 
tons of blooms this year.
The pics are currently uploading onto flicker now-

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