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Re: tornadoes in Colorado


HI Donna,
    You are coming out to the Garden Railroad doings at Hudson gardens,
Right?  Well, my Garden center is Jared's Garden Center. From Hudson Gardens
go north on SAnta Fe to Bowles/Littleton Ave. Head West for about 3 miles
past Kipling Ave and the Garden Center is on the Left. Let me know the dates
of your visit

betsy
Evergreen Co


----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2004 8:04 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] tornadoes in Colorado


> Are you near Denver? I should have some time while out there, where is
> the garden center at?
>
> Donna
>
>
> >
> > Hi all!
> >     I am alive and well and did not get a(e)ffected by twirlies. From
> the
> > Garden Center I can watch the thunder heads build up and slide to the
> > east...knowing that something is going to get clobbered.
> >     The Garden Center is situated about two miles from the beginning
> of
> > the
> > foothills so twirlies are rare...but we will often get hail which is
> not
> > good for the plants. It really makes me laugh inside when a customer
> > brings
> > me holey or shreaded leaves and wants to purchase a spray to kill the
> > inscet
> > that is doing it. When I tell them that it is hail damage, oftren time
> > their
> > response is   " But it did not hail at my house"  The perp has melted
> away
> > by the time they get home of course.
> >     I am having a day off today...yipee AND its not snowing or
> raining. I
> > am
> > 3 for 4 on bad days off. Ended up doing housework.
> >     I have squeezed in the planting of the cool season crops and have
> one
> > tomato under the Wall O' Water. Poor tomato thing got snowed under
> last
> > thursday and the WoW keep it from dying.
> >
> > Happy Gardening!!
> >
> > Betsy
> > Colorado
>
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