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Re: bitchin'

In a message dated 03/23/2001 6:57:12 PM Central Standard Time,
msbucky@home.com writes:

.  I still have to find space for the ones that have been
wintering in my veggie bins in the bottom of the fridge (if they
survived that treatment).  

I find that two years is about all they can take of the veggie bin treatment.
After 25 months mine are starting to look on the mushy side, I guess after
the leaves tried to grow last fall I should have put them in the ground-but
that did not happen.
Two months ago the leaves started to rot.


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