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Re: Good garden day, also heat

Now you know why Petunias are winter color plants here.  
Got me curious about the humidity, so I've paid attention.  Today it  was 93 
with humidity of 47%.   Not bad, I think.  Yesterday it  was 50%.  Now if we 
get Chris (the TS, not person)  or remnants  of....might definitely go up a 
bit.  Pam, before you start wishing for  Chris to come your way....Poor El 
Paso.....now they are evacuating due to more  rains and a possible dam collapse.  Be 
careful what you wish for,  Pam.....no rain might definitely be better than 
too much.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 8/3/2006 11:02:26 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Everything but my trailing petunia held it's own during this hellish  heat..
Even better, my rose bush has buds on it! And even better than  that...it's
raining! :-)

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