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RE: Weather

Well today was the native plant groups sale.... was worried the nice weather
would keep folks home working in their gardens instead of heading by us....
but they came out in droves...it's was a long day.....

Good thing I don't have to talk... cause the voice is gone!


> It's been gorgeous here but still no sign of rain.  We potted up about 700
> plants for our MG nursery yestwerday and we'll finish up tomorrow
> afternoon.
> I still have lotsof plants coming in for the display gardens that I have
> to
> babysit for a while.  I ordered a Glaucidium that I need to convince one
> of
> the shade gardens to take on.  When I got my own a few years back I had to
> wait a couple of years for it to bloom.  This one is blooming in the pot.
> Kitty

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