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Re: Tender Salvias

At 10:50 AM 12/25/99 EST, you wrote:
>I am eyeballing a book on woody plants by Michael Dirr, and it is expensive 
>so I will have to put the salvia books on my list for the spring.  Keith my 
>husband says when the mailman rings the doorbell with another book from 
>Amazon, "your daily delivery is here, dear."  He tries hard to be funny, the 
>humor misses me.
Dirr's new book is on my list, too. I have one of his earlier ones and it
is a really valuable reference.

In our house, It's husband Bunny Bob who gets the daily Amazon delivery. I
save my money for hostas and such, so I only order from them every coupla

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