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Re: Andy

Hello Mia,
I did read your book, I obtained it from my local library. I thought it was
a great read and the pictures are wonderful.
I am going to buy it soon.
To Carolyn Schaffner, Marilyn Hennecken and anybody else who wants to track
it down, I have the UK publishing No as follows - hope you can track it
down, it is well worth it.

Esser, M.: "Pelargoniums", Rebo Productions, Lisse, 1998. ISBN 9039602514.
(pelargonium culture and varieties).
Good Hunting and thankyou Mia for a great book!
Andy Meek (Birmingham, England)

----- Original Message -----
From: Mia Esser <mia.esser@HETNET.NL>
Sent: Saturday, January 06, 2001 9:52 AM
Subject: Re: Andy

> Hallo Andy, Yes I am. And did you read it ;-))).
> Greetings, Mia
> Hi Mia,
> Are you the Mia Esser that has written a book on Pelargoniums?
> Andy Meek (Birmingham England)

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