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Re: Library address

Hank Zumach wrote:
> Hi Bob--As far as I'm concerned, the more information and photos, the
> better.  As to the changing leaves, some day it would be really neat if each
> plant had several photos of the same plant taken at different months of the
> growing season and at different years of maturity.

And a different person to add them all. <g> You could go farther and
have high light photos, low light, etc. It would never end. I do add
most all photos though until I get up to 4-5. I figure small ones are
valuable to some, mature ones to others. Even ones with slug holes tell
something like they are slug food.


                Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 
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