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Re: Rain

Well, Ceres, next time you're outside, take a big towel and start
flapping it eastward...the rain just might take the hint and leave
you for us bone dry types out here.

Hope your plants survive - daphnes do hate wet feet!

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
Shadyside Garden Designs

> From: Cersgarden@aol.com
> Marge, I would love to send you rain also.   We rcd heavy rainfall
again last 
> night and another round to come late this afternoon with possible
> I have one area with standing water this morning.   When we put the
stream in 
> we created an area that cannot drain so right at the foot of the
bridge we 
> had a puddle.   I had a Daphne 'Briggs Moonlight' near there that I
dug & potted 
> yesterday afternoon.   I am going to try to remove a lg Halycon
hosta, holly 
> fern & Hakonechloa this afternoon before it rains again.
>      Ceres 

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