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Re: three camellias

Arthur, I can't name them but I'd sure love to have them in my garden.  Lovely


"arthur.jervis" wrote:
> The attached photos taken this week of three camellias may be of interest to
> you all.
> Making a beautiful display at this time. Do we have any one to name them?
> jervis2@eggconnect.net
> arthur.jervis@vigin.net
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