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YodieCoyote
Las Cruces, NM
(Zone 8a)

September 4, 2009
3:24 AM

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Again,...Geoff... you have done a superb job of introducing many of us to the world of Cycads. I fell in love with these plants when we moved to coastal GA about a decade ago. Seeing the magnificent huge old Sagos growing on Jekyll Island, and a few other older-once-wealthy-historical areas has never left my heart. We would often drive over to Jekyll just to see the wonderful centurion Live Oaks & Sagos. The historical Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah also has some cool old specimens. I planted some seed from the nifty old Cycads from the cemetery. I feel honored to have these pieces of southern history, happily growing in pots at our more-recent home in arid NM. Tough plants. Great plants.

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