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Re: cold front is here


The buds will be fine, the only time I've noticed a freeze affects my
camellia is when it is in full bloom.  Then it freezes the flowers -
terrible!

On 12/4/06, Andrea Hodges <andreah@hargray.com> wrote:
>
> Was just watching the news-supposed to get down to 29 tonight. Yipes! Then
> back to more "seasonable" temps this week of 33 at night and 50 something
> in
> the day.
>
> I talked to my Dad  last night (Petersburg, IL) It was 8 degrees..... But,
> someone has given him a basically new snowmobile that they deemed
> temperamental. He got it running and hasn't had this much fun since he was
> "slinging mud in all directions racing around on a dirt track" He used to
> race
> Harley-Davidsons before I was born. So, I'm glad the cold and snow are
> giving
> him such pleasure. How are the rest of you up there faring?
>
> I'll be dragging in the Australian tree fern tonight and covering my new
> camellia to protect the buds, although it probably doesn't need it. I
> can't
> bear the thought of losing the flowers after waiting so long to get my
> favorite camellia back. LOL!
> A
> Andrea Hodges
> Beaufort, SC
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Kemp TX
zone 8A

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