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Re: Columbine

At 05:20 PM 11/1/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi Folks,
>I am looking for seed of Aquilegia hinckleyana, a native variety that grows
>here in Texas. Can anyone help me?
>Cindy in TX

Lucy Sampson at wiz@texas.net provided me with seeds to this variety
"Hinkel's Golden" this past summer. She likes to trade plants and seed. If
you have something of interest to trade, then contact her and see if she
still has the seed you seek. If you have already obtained the seed, then
wonder what kind of person would sit around responding to month & 1/2 old
E-mail. Dirk

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