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Re: Hello again

In a message dated 11/7/00 7:34:18 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
LakesideRM@aol.com writes:

<< I cut 
 leaves into sections and placed the point of the vein into the soil.  I have 
 never seen so many little plants.  I had little or no faith in the operation 
 so did a few more than necessary.  The way it looks now I could get up to 
 three plants per cutting.  I only did about 70 cuttings.  

Mary, as always I enjoyed so much reading your writing.  Can you please point 
me in the direction of a book that might give me pictures of the above 
process.  Sounds so interesting and thought it might be fun to try.  I know 
that I don't have your talent but maybe someday if I get some practice.

Thank you,
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