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June 28, 2014

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Joan

Great advice, graham!. Thanks!

Margaret Young

Agree with you about the tree staking for sure.
Do hope you are now getting back to full health?

Would you permit the copying of your review to the Scottish Rock Garden Club Forum, rather than a simple link? http://www.srgc.net/forum/index.php
It would be much appreciated.
Kind regards,

M. Y.

Graham Rice

Happy to allow the review to appear on the Scottish Rock Garden Club Forum. Please just credit my name and the Transatlantic Gardener blog.

Margaret Young

Graham, you are most kind - will email you with the link when it's online.

Cheers,

Maggi Young

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