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Re: Tepid

Wow Jim!   Those limes sound great!  Wish we could grow  something in Long 
Island like that!  Congrats on the germination!
You must let us know how tasty they are.  Maybe we can use them in the  
margaritas!  LOL
Holli..who likes just a pinch of salt.
Long Island, NY
In a message dated 5/27/2005 2:55:46 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:

All  of the vegetable seeds I've planted are up except for the pigeon 
peas.  They were old seeds, so I may be out of luck until I get some new 
ones.  And two of the three Palestine lime seeds I planted are up. 
Palestine lime  is a citrus from--where else?--the Middle East. Reported 
to be quite  popular in Israel. It produces limes that are sweet rather 
than tart but  otherwise quite limey in flavor. Now if I can just get 
the babies to grow  for me, I'll be very happy. Incidentally, it took 
only 11 days for them to  germinate--outdoors, in the lathhouse, under 
mist; medium was Gardener's  Supply germinating mix.

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