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RE: rose question/weather

Nope, here everything is drowning.... we have had a hot and wet summer.
And it is still raining here... started Early Sunday and has not
stopped... at times downpours, but a constant something all weekend....
But it has finally cooled down since Friday...


> Donna, some of your color change could be due to drought stress -
> assuming your weather has been similar to mine (up until the Labor Day
> weekend). My Liriodendron (tulip tree) had yellowing of a number of
> leaves r/t dryness. I deep watered it and it started to put out new
> leaves. Now I am coping with > 5 inches of rain, thanks to that
> front and the caribbean weather system!
> Cathy
> On Sunday, August 31, 2003, at 01:16 PM, Donna wrote:
> > I noticed that some trees appear to be changing color just the other
> > day
> > on my ride to work. Thought it was odd, but didn't have time to pull
> > over and see if in fact, they were just changing color or something
> > else
> > was wrong. Been a strange year weather wise here, so anything is
> > possible. If we stay on the same weather pattern, we are gonna get
> > hammered with snow.
> >
> > Sorry Pam, no comment on the rose... all of mine, the very few I
> > are all in the ground here.
> >
> > Donna
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