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Re: Wierd Weather


Thanks Marge - yes - left the luffas at work to bask under the lights
some more. Keeping my Emerald gem melon seedlings in the bathroom until
the cool snap goes away too. The peppers seem happy in their new home,
will keep them well watered and watch them. And weird is right. Seems
like the weather has been crazy everywhere this year. Off to dig some
more cannas for my friend in Alabama before the rain starts again -
about to drive me nuts w/ this rain now. Probably how you felt about the
snow, am I right??


:-D

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Marge Talt" <mtalt@hort.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sat, 5 Apr 2003 02:02:20 -0500

>Well, Pam, I have to agree with Melody....weird is the only
>description.  Our endless winter turned into instant summer for 3
>days and now it's chilly again with rain forecast...but the poor
>folks in MA are having ice and sleet!  Expect anybody up around the
>Great Lakes is getting that, too.
>
>If we don't like the weather, guess we can wait half a day; we'll
>surely get something else!
>
>The only consolation is that SPRING HAS SPRUNG - at least around
>here.  All the cherries and Bradford pears  along the roads are in
>bloom...
>
>Your peppers ought to be able to take 40F OK...seems to me mine
>always did.  They may not like it, but it should not damage them. 
>Agree, would wait on the luffa...any of the curcubits really want hot
>weather.
>
>Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
>mtalt@hort.net
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>> From: Pamela J. Evans <gardenqueen@gbronline.com>
>> Here too Melody - been lots colder and wetter for MUCH longer than
>> normal. Now they're talking about it getting down into the 40's
>next
>> week. Bah. Hope my peppers will be alright - I'll water them in
>well.
>> Going to wait another week to plant my luffa seedlings even thought
>> they're about to take over my cubicle here at work. It never gets
>that
>> cold that late. I've planted my peppers on April 1st for as long as
>I
>> can think! It's making me crazy too. Is everyone seeing 'deviant'
>> weather this year? I know Marge keeps commenting on their endless
>winter
>> too....
>
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A



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