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Re: Tree peony

In a message dated 5/9/05 9:22:49 AM, Chris@widom-assoc.com writes:

<< Pictures please! >>

Chris, I am not a photographer.  The pictures I did give to Donna were taken 
by a friend last yr.  The purple tree peony, the largest & earliest blooming, 
is in the east side beds. We have no windows on that side of the house.  My 
yellow one, yet to bloom, is on the north or the front of the house and not 
visable from the inside either.

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