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RE: Garden catalogs

Lots of gardening seed catalogs coming in each week. Far too early. We don't
begin to select veggie seed until sometime in December late or January.
Suppose each is trying to get their share by getting attention first. Not
working in this household.
	Working on final edit to my 2010 catalog. Goes to printers with
address labels right after Thanksgiving. Mailout date in week between X-Mass
and New Year.
	Went south to a bit past Knoxville, TN with some friends to visit a
nursery we had heard so much about. Came home with 18 new native azalea,
JoAn with 16 conifers and shrubs. Our friends had to rent a trailer for all
their plants. Spent yesterday arranging the azalea into a "thicket" around a
redbud and a dogwood. Got about one-half transplanted today. Tomorrow hope
to finish up the transplanting.
	Still wonderful weather here... high 30's to low 40's at nite...
high 50's to low 60's during the afternoon.

Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens,LLC
Garden Writer - Photographer -  Lecturer

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Subject: [CHAT] Garden catalogs

Spring garden catalogs have come this week.  Isn't that rushing
the season?  Seems to me they usually start coming around
A rare sunny day here, with temps in the 50s, but of course I
am tied up with a job so can't take advantage of it. I haven't
got my bulbs in yet - hope there will be another dry, sunny
day before the ground freezes.

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