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RE: strange gardening year

Yipes that is a water bill for one month?!? 

You killed off mint? I have been trying for years and it still comes


> Been an odd year here too y'all. We're usually starting to get some
> by now. Ha. Just got a 130 dollar water bill for September. Never had
> one that high this time of year. Except for that reprieve on Labor
> we've had nothing measurable since Spring. Good news is got all my
> salvias planted and the lavenders and alliums will be here this week.
> None of this stuff needs much water.
> Been so dry here even some of the mint and lemon balms are dying. Not
> that's BAD when you kill off mint. Oh well. Hopefully the fall rains
> aren't too far off. If it does this next year, give my regards to St
> Louis!
> Pam

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