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Re: hummingbirds NOW Tomato Hornworms

> The part about 1992 made me laugh.  I was at Home Depot today to replace 
> some lopping shears, and I had to smile at all the people buying flowers 
> for their yards.  It was in the upper 70s today, but our last frost date is 
> April 15.  Two years ago we had snow on April 14.  Admitedly it warmed 
> right back up, but some people have shorter memories than I do. :-)

Hi Zem, 

   The same thing happens here every year.  Unfortunately, it's also the
   only way for me to get good annuals -- so I end up buying them a month
   early and storing them on the deck, bringing them in as necessary.

   Otherwise there's nothing left to buy by May 15 (our frost-free date).


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