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Re: New Year's Greetings!


Greetings from Montana where the snow has just melted (for how long is anybody's guess).

My gardening wishes are very simple.  I just hope all the hybridizing I've been doing the past 3 days works, and my plants produce babies with abandon!

Maria
       no Luther Burbank
                                   but learning








>Hello All from Sweden all covered in snow,
>
>Just wanted to say that despite this being a somewhat topsy turvy
>year, it has been a good growing year, and I hope 2001 will be even
>betetr!
>
>So...a Happy New Year, and may all your gardening wished be fulfilled
>in the year 2001!
>
>Wishes Ingrid in Sweden





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