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Re: Ceres- Rich....OT

Hi Ceres,

If I understood Roy Klehm correctly, you should be able to plant the things
as long as you can dig a hole in unfrozen ground.  The only down side might
be that you won't get any blooms next spring/summer.  I think that they are
kinda tough plants.  Probably what I should have started with many years ago
when I killed just about everything I planted.  Have a great Thanksgiving.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 2004 6:08 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Ceres- Rich....OT

> Donna, our temps have dropped but they are saying the snows will go south
> east of us but heading for your direction.  Our next door neighbors are
> traveling into Chicago today for the holidays.  The are following the
> predictions closely and may leave earlier than planned to avoid traveling
in bad
> weather.
>     This neighbors have a 7 yr old.  Barbie items are of interest, lots of
> interesting kits to make beaded items, weaving on a sm loom, jewelry made
from a
> clay & baked, etc.  Also active games are good as well as inside games.
> r Us are great places to look.  Meredith (the neighbor) is an only child
so I
> look for things she can do or play by herself. My husband calls her 'our
> other granddaughter'.  We greatly enjoy her!
>     Rich, I finally got my peony planted yesterday.
>     Ceres
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