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RE: Fashion Note: now lemon tree


It doesn't get enough light inside, plus they're prone to pests indoors.
Or I would. It doesn't get this cold a whole lot, thank God w/ no
central heat in this house. No heat in the computer room at all.
Shivering in my heavy nightshirt, robe, tube socks and slippers. (pretty
picture) Just turned the two gas heaters up. Either this house has
gotten draftier since last winter or I'm getting even less tolerant of
cold. That's scary.

Having a wet head doesn't help I suspect. How can you stand winters that
last more than a couple of months and I doesn't get above freezing for
days, or worse - weeks??? Madness.


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Tue, 16 Dec 2003 19:25:47 -0600

>Why didn't you just leave it inside for the winter.... trim with some
>Xmas lights and you would be all set for the holiday :)
>
>I didn't think it got down to 30 in TX....
>
>Donna
>
>> 
>> We've got a stiff North wind going out there. Ed and I were looking at
>> Bridgett's van trying to figure out where the anti-freeze is leaking
>> out. Brr. Going to go down to 30 tonight. Going to try watering and
>> covering my lemon tree instead of lugging it in again - like to gave
>> myself a hernia doing that last week.
>
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A



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