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Re: Freeze 27 deg

In a message dated 10/2/04 3:47:45 PM, Zemuly@aol.com writes:

<< My Confederate  Rose (Hibiscus mirabilis) is in 
full, glorious bloom as is the Lespedeza  thunbergii. >>

Zem, my Lespedeza was past the bloom stage but it was glorious this year.  I 
am sure this is a plant that liked the extra moisture & cool temps.  It was so 
rampant that my husband kept telling me I needed to do something with that 
wild thing.  My neighbor loved it and wants to add one to their garden.
    Last night was a bit warmer but Monday night is predicted to be very cool 
again.  My husband is now cleaning up lots of the plants that were taken by 
the frost.

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