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May 03, 2009

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Joy

I see Eliza is wearing her Iroquois Point tee. Did she end up going there? I only noticed because Anne was wearing hers the other day. To bad they didn't get to go there together.

Pat  Stribling

Word from a member of a nursery family.

DIG UP THOSE MULTI-LEAVED CLOVERS!!

GROW THEM AND THEN DISCUSS THEM WITH
A NURSERYMAN/WOMAN. SOME PEOPLE REALLY
DO MAKE BIG BUCKS WITH ODD PLANTS.

For instance, have you noticed in the fruit bins those
flatened "Doughnut" peaches? In the past these would have been thrown out as unsalable, but now they are marketed as a unique plant/food.

Pat S in CA

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