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Re: camellia!

Have any of you ever read any of Bailey White's short stories, or her novel  
Quite a Year for Plums?  She is extremely entertaining and very  knowledgeable 
on the subject of C. sasanqua and other plants as well.  She  was brought up 
in North Florida and South Georgia so her tales are very southern  and include 
hilarious characters.  She used to read some of her work on  NPR.  I think 
all of you would enjoy her work if you find some time this  winter.
zone 7
West TN

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