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Re: This Year's Orders

In a message dated 6/11/00 8:36:26 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Hostanut@Bellsouth.net writes:

<< What I'd like to know is what three plants did you receive that this year
 that just "Wow'd" you, and why.

Lu, I like them all, every one, but....

1. Whatever that little striper is that came off Margin of Error, it is 
fantastic and did not cost a penny as the Margin of Error was a free plant, I 
believe it is Artists Palette.

2.  Seventh Heaven, Bob is right, just beautiful.

3.  Savannah Supreme, you have got to get this one, beautiful streaking.

Did you say three?  N.

Oh, by the way, the most fun is wondering around the yard at six am looking 
at the maturing plants and how they change from year to year and how 
beautiful they become with a little TLC.  
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