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3pmp
Slocan, BC
(Zone 3a)

September 5, 2011
12:35 PM

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Hi Susanne, This is a most informative article for someone who can have flowers for a longer period than I can where I am in British Columbia where my growing season is always limited to the end of October and then the frost comes which really puts everything to rest for the season. Very nice assortment of pictures though which are always a delight to look at in the middle of the day. I have one bloom today that I captured just for these articles.


Alan (3pmp)

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