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Re: Question...

Lu, I think Fgagrant Bouquet will be the perfect plant for this experament.  
Dig at the last minute, and pack as for shipping.  When you get there leave 
in the crisper drawer of the frig.  until you are ready to pot it.  The 
fragrant varieties seem to be real hardy in heat and humidity, mine all 
looked great even in the heat and humidity all summer.  For contrast 
Plantagenia, and So Sweet is a good tolerant, cheap one too.

What are you going to do in Guatamala?  I would like to visit, but......

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