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Re: & roses

Thanks, Andrea.  I hope you're right. 

Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

"We don't do enough to exploit renewable energy resources."

In a message dated 3/21/2004 4:55:55 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
hodgesaa@islc.net writes:
Eva-everything I've ever read about roses suggests that they can take temps
that low. They are pretty tough plants even though many people think they
are hard to grow. I would not worry too much. I think about the only thing
I'd do is throw a sheet over them to give them a little extra protection. No
plastic, according to my teacher, sheets or newspaper is much better.

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

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