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Re: New garden pics

Ha, Theresa:-)  I had this sneaky feeling that chaise didn't get sat
on too much:-)  Sago palm....well, no kidding.  I was thinking some
sort of exotic fern...thanks!

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> From: Theresa <tchessie@comcast.net>
> Thanks for the nice thought Marge!  I won't be sitting on the porch
> until January- as I started back to school today and am still
> full time.  The plumber is coming tomorrow to move the water line
in the 
> bathroom and I'm just going to have him install the sink and toilet

> while he's here so that the room and be finished.  I don't have
time to 
> mess with it anymore.
> Re: the fethering looking plant in "June front 2"- it is a Sago
> (Jim will know the botanical name- some kind of cycad)
> Theresa

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