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Sharing the myriad secrets of the wondrous apple tree

Let's Cook with Charles Repnow

April 9, 2014
Minot Daily News

My earliest and fondest memories of plants that embellished the campus of Minot State University were of the row of canna lilies that were planted each year in front of the lower lounge window at Crane Hall. Their intense red blooms and strong, rich greenery seemed to jostle for the position of the campus flower, which is the red geranium. These lilies were lovingly cared for by an older gentleman, who on bended knee each fall, removed the bulbs before the frost. Like the robins returning in the spring, he reappeared with canna bulbs in hand, and again on bended knee, he rooted them in their campus canvas.



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