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Re: Spring activities

The Arctic Willows got stooled yesterday. Any other shrub I'd be thinking it
wouldn't survive. Pretty sad looking. I'm reminded why they were planted.
Lovely? views of my neighbor's tacky sheds. First daffodils popped open
yesterday. Wanda primroses with few blossoms, more of the heathers. H
Foetiditus still in tight bud, late compared to their last location. T-shirt
& sandal weather in the afternoon, rosy glow on the nose & cheeks (forgot to
put on a hat) but don't think it's a bad burn. Sore chest muscles, not to
mention the usual aches & pains. Yard waste pick up today finally, can
barely get out the driveway. Big branches will lay on the empty lot across
the street until April bulky waste pick up. Wish I could send some of this
to you Melody.
----- Original Message -----
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2004 5:42 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Spring activities

> In a message dated 3/9/04 4:50:56 AM, mhobertm@excite.com writes:
> << to a gardening/landscaping show on Sunday. >>
> Melody, where did you attend the gardening show.  The big home/garden show
> the Vets was just a few weeks ago and there is a garden show scheduled on
> 18-21 at the state fair grounds.  I & two other members of the Landscape
> Design Critics Council will be judging the landscape displays.
>     Do your children have spring break?  My youngest granddaughter, Nadia
& I
> are going to Washington, DC leaving very early on Sat the 20th with 110
> students & chaperones.  This will be my 3rd trip with this group.  I do
> for warm weather.
>     It actually hit 60 in DM yesterday. I was working in the greenhouse
> it got HOT.  I'm not complaining!
>     Ceres
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