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Re: My Housplant Collection

    Your plants look great!! I,  too,  have a lot of indoor plants. There
are tropicals as well as flowering annuals. I love to have things growing in
the house during the long Colorado winters. Often times the first snow of
the season is mid september and the last one can be the first of June.
That's a long time to be with out a garden.

evergreen co
Waiting for rain..the rain barrels are nearly empty
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Sent: Thursday, May 27, 2004 3:31 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] My Housplant Collection

> Thanks to everyone for their compliments! I'm very flattered!
> SueNY
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