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Re: Samurai/Frances Williams

In a message dated 98-10-22 12:36:45 EDT, Vicky writes:

<< Some
 of you
 people that live in MN do all of your FW have the burning edges? >>

Hi Vicky..  My 3 FW's got about 2 -3 hours of sun in the morninand they had
brown edges,   so I have moved them deeper into the garden where they will
receive less sun..

Ronie from MN
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