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Happy Holidays!

A little white Christmas here, the best kind - decorative but melting
even now:-)....house clean &  shiny, the halls decked with holly and
ivy, the tree trimmed; the feast cooked and eaten (a bit too much
eggnog and a few too many glasses of wine enjoyed by the cook:-));
family snug in their beds, the fire is slowly dying and Santa has
come and gone leaving bulging stockings by the fireplace and many
intriguing boxes under the tree.  

My very best wishes to all of you and yours for a warm and happy
holiday season.  May your gardens grow beyond your wildest dreams....

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
Editor:  Gardening in Shade
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