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Re: Denver trip

In a message dated 5/28/05 9:24:07 AM, 4042N15@nationalhearing.com writes:

<< It is always the year of the Grapeleaf Anemeone, Ceres. >>

Kitty, does this mean your efforts are to reduce the population of the 
Anemone in your garden?  I love the fall blooming Anemones of which I have several 
varieties.  The grapeleaf or 'Robustissime' was my first one.  I divided it 
just this year after many yrs in my garden.

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