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Re: Freeze 27 deg

I see a 33 forcasted for tonight and 30 for Mon night, but otherwise
40s. Those low 30s are a little too low for me for those tender plants,
but otherwise it's ok. I haven't had to turn the heat on yet and hope
not to for awhile.

Ceres, I hope your surgery went well.

-------------- Original message -------------- 

> Temps dipped to 27 last night. Heavy frost on the ground this a.m. I had 
> eye surgery yesterday so my poor husband had to move containers inside. 
> Temporarily I have plants in the garage, garden room, kitchen & hall way. I 
> will not 
> be able to move them inside for a couple of weeks when I am healed. 
> The sun is shining at the moment but I think the high is to be only about 
> 50 today. 
> Ceres 
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