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RE: Re: now purple fountain grass

Well mine are still not doing anything... but I did take a tour of my
yard tonight. Have not been home during daylight for the last few days.

It appears that the flooding in the back has made everything grow..
reminds me of the jack and beanstalk tale.... I guess they really liked
that pond water or something. Guessing weeding is on the agenda for

Even the raised veggie bed, which was not effected by standing water it
is 18 inches high, has everything ten times the size now... will be
eating zucchini tomorrow....

Where finally the temp have dropped! It is a wonderful 70 degrees... but
it is forecasting more rain for tonight.... but not those nasty storms.

> OOOOooops!  all that rain kept me out of the garden too long.  I just
> looked
> today and the PFG is more like 20 inches and some of it is blooming!
> Kitty

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