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Re: How's everybody doing?
  • Subject: Re: How's everybody doing?
  • From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2013 18:51:08 -0600 (CST)

On Nov 06, Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
> This is just amazing!  I woke up this morning thinking about this  group,
> and decided that I would post some thoughts just to see if anybody was
> still out there - and VOILA! here you are.  I have missed this group.
> It's  so good to hear from you.  I know, I know - Facebook is where
> everyone is, but I  just don't have the patience for all that.

Hear, hear!

> I am accustomed to seeing the ground around the tree covered with the
> golden leaves and not a leaf left on the tree the morning after the first
> frost.  Some leaves have fallen, but the tree is still bright. What's
> happening?

We're really late here, too!  I'm glad that you're having great fall 
color, but that pond is disconcerting.  I hope it fills again soon (but
not all at one time!)

> Also some of the tender plants around the house are still blooming. 
> The Pineapple Sage which always makes a handsome plant but blooms so
> late that in many years I don't get to see the blossoms, has been quite a
> sight this fall with it's spikes of crimson.  Does the drought, perhaps,
> help in this matter?  Maybe there is less moisture in the plants to
> freeze and  cause damage?

I don't know, but I'm glad that you get to enjoy it.  

You should send some pictures of the sage!


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