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RE: daylilies and online courses

Sorry to hear that Zem... must be very frustrating to have Bambi eating
everything. No buds on mine yet, well the last time I looked when it was
not raining out there.

FWIW, I took an on-line course recently and found that it was not the
same. Miss the interaction with other students/teachers. Kinda like
reading a darn book and taking the tests on line.


> We got any daylily people on this list.... they are the worst to
> out!
> Well, mine sure are!  I mowed the yard this afternoon to discover
> had
> eaten all the buds -- again!
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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