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RE: kittys sales was Iowa storms

Meant to ask how your spider mites plants survived... did they make it
for the sale? 

My Itea didn't like it here... too hot in the summer (looked like it was
frying), gave one last hurray in the fall... no life in it this spring.
Hope you have a better spot for it than I did.


> We have no rain dates for our events.  We do have a room in the
> available to us and in the past we have had the sale in there, but our
> sales
> in recent years are far too big for this room.  If it did rain, we'd
> to
> do it in there, I suppose, but it would be a total nightmare.
> No, I didn't buy anything.  I've already bought a few plants this
> which I shouldn't be doing.  Still, I might get something at next
> sale.  We'll have our Henry's Garnet Itea potted for that one.
> Kitty

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