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RE: Some Grow--Some Done't

  • Subject: RE: Some Grow--Some Done't
  • From: "Lu Treadway" <Hostanut@Bellsouth.net>
  • Date: Tue, 8 May 2001 20:17:50 -0400

>Remember that when you buy something rare and new, you are one of
the ones who is doing the garden-testing for the rest of us.

Bill, well sh#t, I'm doing some serious testing here in Georgia and
I'm not sure I signed up for this job! I can sure tell ya I don't
like it when I pay those prices for a one year show then to have it

Yeah, yeah, I know, quit buying plants. Yada Yada Yada! LOL!

Good advise, now if only I'd listen.

Lu (Atlanta Zone 7B)

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