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RE: Desert Rose

Nice plant Jim! No snow or rain here, just cold... supposed to get down to
27 tonight... burrrrrrrr


> Well, it was "only" 80 here just the other day!  I see Donna and Bonnie
> have
> snow, but we don't have any here just yet.  It is cold, overcast, drizzly,
> though.  We called off our nursery meeting for tomorrow.  We had planned
> to
> dig  and pot plants from the nursery beds, but the forecast is a high of
> 40,
> windy, rain, pos mixed with snow.  We're pinning our hopes on May 1
> now.I'll
> check out your Desert Rose when I get home, Jim.
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5
> > I thought you snow bunnies could use a little cheer. And I was
> > complaining to Ms Fatma this morning that I was chilly dressed in
> > shorts and tanktop because it was only 60 degrees.

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