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RE: OT - now tubers was-Wonderful web tribute to the Armed forces

Hum.. tubers you say....Well how about some tropical water lilies or
lotus? ... Both do well in a whiskey barrel size container?


> Wonderful thoughts, Judy.  What did you mean by coum & ?  hederefolia?
> Cyclamen, maybe?
> The past couple of years we have not had very warm summers. Not enough
> to stimulate Caladiums. They can be started on heat mats, though, so
> that could be another section of the talk.
> Corms, tubers, bulbs - what's the term for all of these as a group -
> begins I think with 'A'. Anyway, they're all allowed in this talk.
> Thanks!
> Kitty

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