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Re: New Question


Certainly killed the Avocado I had-but I know better!!!Never have understood
the new phrase-pushing the envelope but it might apply.
I have been asked to see about replacing the Plant & Tree identifying labels
@ our MG Arboretum as the existing ones are unreadable & we a putting in a
new Citrus Memorial garden. I remember lots of discussion about individual
container labels but I welcome all help & suggestions.
When I was an art consultant & installing permanently in buildings I used
plexiglas-incised with inf. & them filled with ink...but I wonder if they
would function long term outside??/ Also they were VERY expensive & you know
MG budgets!!
Kitty, I was told a "leader" is the tallest and/or straightest vertical
branch that is left always as the top of a young tree---???
still in the 40's here & not nice!
SAinSA  z9
----- Original Message -----
From: Island Jim <jsinger@igc.org>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2003 7:31 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Brr it's cold and seeds


> cold here, too. but maybe it's because i had my head shaved today [barber
> chick said i'd be chilly].
>
> weird winter this year. hope it doesn't kill off the avocados and mangos.
>
>
> At 07:06 PM 2/8/03 -0500, you wrote:
> >You can forget the Memphis area. :-) We've got snow predicted for late
> >tonight turning into rain tomorrow. BRRR!  I'm glad I've got my cats to
keep
> >me warm because I live in an old house without a lot of insulation.  My
> >children freeze when they come visit.  I wear long underwear in this
weather.
> >zem
> >
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