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Holly trees are widespread in this area

Joyce M. Coomer sends more on this other Christmas tree:
From Wikipedia/Holly: 'The genus Ilex is widespread throughout the temperate and subtropical regions of the world. It includes species of trees, shrubs, and climbers, with evergreen or deciduous foliage and inconspicuous flowers.' - JOYCE M. COOMER. 270-384-4495.
Thanks, Joyce M. Coomer: Maybe this will help your neighbor Charles Marshburn understand how Hollies got here. CM will leave it to him as to weather Global Warming puts the twin cities, Fairplay/Greater Gadberry, in the "temperate or subtropical region of the world." In the meantime, could you let readers know whether the Christmas Cards You'll have at the Old Fashioned Courthouse Christmas market at the Historic Adair County Courthouse, 500 Public Square, for Christmas in Columbia, will have Holly-featured cards? Or maybe they will just have to be there from 9pm-3pmCT and find out for themselves.

This story was posted on 2013-12-04 03:30:41
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