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Posted by whitelacey 6 (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 26, 13 at 3:49

Can you tell me exactly where the template is on the I can't find it.


Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Joanne...where?

Linda It was in some of the posts. Here is a copy of it:

Date Received:
Purchased/Received From:
Size When Received: Starter Leaf Plug
Condition When Received:

Isolation Dates:
Preventive Treatments:
Date First Bud Appeared (above foliage):
Date in Full Bloom:
Blooming: True Not True
General Growing Comments:
Propagation Record: Set leaves on arrival .
First "mouse" ears (easily visible):
Number of Plantlets:
Diseases/Problems Remedy Used Date(s):
Potting Record:
Linda, I might not have time to look for the date of the post
today, still dealing wi plumbers and leaving tomorrow.
but when i do, will post it. Joanne

RE: Joanne...where?


Thanks. I can look for it now that I know where to look. Have fun! Your violets will be fine!!!


RE: Joanne...where?

I found it!


RE: Joanne...where?

Hey, Linda, Also Irina and FOG,
This EN just learned I am to be a GMA! (Grandmother
again!) See what happens one year after becoming
a MOB, MOG or FOG! More good things are in store for y'all! Irina, hope all goes well on the Big Day!

RE: Joanne...where?

Hope so. My son is 36 and no kids yet. When I was 36 he was 15.

Irina, wishing to be a GM.

RE: Joanne...where?

Congrats!!! Very exciting!!!


RE: Joanne...where?

so, if i was a gwampa 4 years before being FOG means I am out of touch with the way things is these days?

thot so.

how times have changed.

dave FOG

RE: Joanne...where?

Yes they have.

Linda---looking forward to being a GM.

RE: Joanne...where?

I'm back, plants all look great. Heard new baby's heartbeat today!

RE: Joanne...where?

Can I say I told you so....??

When is the new baby coming?


RE: Joanne...where?


June Fourth! (Finally, a family member who does NOT
have a December birthday!)

Yes, you may! They did not notice I was gone and
rewarded me with new batches of mouse ears and
blooms. Nothing like letting Mother Nature do her
thing! Doming and plastic wrap worked like a charm.
For the plants that I did remove blooms, I put the flowers
in a bit of water, they are still alive!

My Russian Tenderness just bloomed, it is lovely!


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