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Bill says <<But if the rose is growing in the middle of a bean field, it 
becomes a weed. It is a "plant out of place." >>

Then there's the case of those English "weed gardens". Let's see... since 
the weeds are desired, do they then become non-weeds?, and if so what 
should be call the weed garden? But surely that's just one of those English 
eccentricities (like those hard candies with the acid centers -- oops, 
centres). But it's true -- some of us strive to find a source for riccia -- 
some of us can't get rid of it -- LOL


Jared Weinberger
jared at brainyday_com