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Re: Quiet day


Sounds like fun, Zem!
 
 
Eva
Long  Island, NY
Zone 6/7

Write your Senators and tell them to  oppose the "nuclear option" and protect 
a 200 year old American tradition  --  see below: _www.savethefilibuster.org_ 
(http://www.savethefilibuster.org/) 

 
In a message dated 4/9/2005 9:54:28 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:

I had a  really fun day today.  Went to the Ag Experiment Station for a  
hypertufa demonstration.  It was a benefit for the Jackson, TN,  Humane 
Society given by our West TN Hort Specialist and a friend of hers  whose 
nursery specializes in container gardening plants.  Needless to  say, a good 
time was had by all.  There were dogs up for adoption ,  plant/animal people 
and plants.  What more do you need?  Anyway,  with my brood of animals I 
didn't adopt anybody; however, I was sorely  tempted.  I did buy 4 Centaurea 
with chartreuse foliage (of course I  can't remember the cultivar but it's 
really cool), some straw flowers and  a couple of Anise Hyssop.  I'll have to 
get them planted tomorrow  before the monsoon returns on Monday.  I've also 
got a really pretty  branch of black pussy willow rooting. Oh, at the 
demonstration I made this  really wierd looking sort of pie plate thing.  It 
might be suitable  for some tiny succulents, which would be all right.
zem
zone 7
West  TN

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