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Re: poke weed

Well, Ron, I hope one of those pans out for her.  If not, post again
and I'll dig a bit more.  No poke in Main?  Lucky you!  But, you do
have tons of that deep white stuff in winter for a Loooonng
time.....right? :-)

I've heard tell, however, that Main in summer is really, really nice.
 Have known people who had summer places there.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Ron & Penny Verow <rverow@earthlink.net>
> Marge,
> thanks for all the  suggestions for where my daughter can get some
> with ident on flowers etc.  Also,  thanks for the suggestions on
> weed. Wow, what a plant/weed - nothing like that up here in Maine -
> good reason to garden up here.
> Also, thanks to those who also gave me a bit of advice to pass on.
> Jim, my daughter says the name of the crab house is Mikes' &
promises to 
> take me there when we travel this fall.
> Ron,  zn 4
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