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speaking of flowers

This year has been - crazy!- for my plants.  No rain, too much rain, heat.....

How do you southern gardeners stand it? Everything is blooming but at
the wrong times, flowers one day- dead heading the next. Flowers used to
last more than a day or two here, but with this current cycle, I barely
get to see them.

And then the flopping?  My plants always stood up proudly, but this year, everything is flopping over and looks hidious.


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