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Re: Some help please

In a message dated 5/2/05 6:56:21 PM, red4@omni-tech.net writes:

<<  It's about a foot tall with 3 or 4 stems sticking up

and buds on 2 of them.  >>

Rich, I think I better chk the depth of my peony to make sure I didn't plant 
it to deep to bloom.  Do you know the variety we got?  I remembered I found it 
in the 2004 catalog.

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