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Re: Discussion on Origin of Sports

In a message dated 2/26/01 11:55:29 PM Eastern Standard Time, Meum71@aol.com 

<< As you say-it seems to be consistent per supplier and or with in a lot 
 produced.  So I would imagine there are a few diffrent forms of "Great 
 Expectations" around. Some forms grow good-others do not.

Paul, I have bought every Great Expectation that I can find on sale.  I 
always say that you can't have too many Great Expectations.  It has been a 
good grower for me, esp if I make sure it gets plenty of water during the 
droughts that we have around here in Cinti.  I know others who say that 
theirs just get smaller and smaller.  Everywhere from K Mart to the expensive 
garden centers, it does great.

I would like someone to talk about Aristocrat.  That has been the problem 
child for me.  N.
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