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Re: July - storms - Hot Springs

Thankfully, it was not so hot in LaGrange when I got home.  All the babies, 
plants included, managed just fine without me.  My pink Asclepias (the seed 
package identified it only as Red Swallow-wort) was in full bloom, which was 
practically covered up with a huge butterfly. <LOL> The flowers are a pale, 
blush-pink that look similar to the flowers on my Eupatorium pupureum, only smaller.

We had a tremendous rain storm early yesterday morning (before I left for Hot 
Springs), and everything is still moist.  We did have a most awesome time 
together in Hot Springs.  Pam and Jesse are beautiful wild women.  The funniest 
thing was Pam and I own identical night shirts -- decorated with cats, of 

zone 7
West TN

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