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February 04, 2009


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Well, I can say that it is really a beautiful flower, and definitely good for an export products. I am sure many will gonna love this. Anyway, thanks for this very informative post. Keep it up!


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Good for them to export.This can help to their economy.


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“After that, there’s none available until October, when New Zealand and Austria start to export their crop.”If this is Alaska I will revise my thought on that land.


Wow, I never would have even thought that something as beautiful as this flower would be able to grow in Alaska, nature is a truely amazing thing.

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