Amaryllis again

Justin Smith
Sat, 17 Oct 2009 15:59:57 PDT

Well in all actuality,  after careful microscopic, electro magnetic spectrification and radioactive carbon dating, the bag does show Lachenalia uridiflora. I can only presume that the gravitational vortices that impregnate the inner and outer layers of the paper have caused the top right potion of the "v" to be connected to the top of the "i" in my sloppy handwriting. 


Woodville, TX 8b/9a


> I assume Justin is referring to Lachenalia viridiflora.
> Jim Jones
> Lexington, MA
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