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Re: New oleander

Hi, Ceres. The Turk's cap is a winter bloomer. It starts in November and blooms profusely until it gets really hot--about the end of May. Very satisfactory shrub, especially for hedges or screening; it takes pruning well.

Ms. Fatma teaches the primary grades in a Montessori school. Primary corresponds roughly to kindergarden through second grade. The school, while private, has a contract with the county and is a designated magnet school--taking kids from all over the place.

On Sunday, May 16, 2004, at 09:16 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 5/16/04 5:24:53 AM, jsinger@igc.org writes:

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Jim, what a beauty.  How long or often does it bloom?
    What age of children does Ms. Fatma teach?

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