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For those of you up there in the barren north lands, I thought you might
like to know that spring is surely on its way.  Many of our plants are
starting to push their pointy little heads out of the ground.  Montana
'Aureomarginata', 'Chinese Sunrise', 'Betsy King', more every day.
'Lancifolia' is up 4 inches, with its leaves all unfolding, just waiting
for the next hard freeze to come along and turn them to mush.


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