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Re: weeds

How sad, Cathy.  Are you sure?  Peonies aren't usually bothered
by cold - they don't grow in the South at all.  Mine are even 
better than usual this year, despite the horrid winter.  The
'Gai Paree' has 14 huge blooms open now and lots more to
come.  An old nameless pink and cream bicolor has about
16 blooms open and lots more to come.  Others are just 
beginning to show color, but all are full of buds.  Maybe
yours are just slow.
In a message dated 06/01/2007 12:16:22 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:

Unfortunately, I will have no peony blooms this year, thanks to that  
week long freeze. What a bummer....

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