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today's day, tomorrow's day...

Hot, man; at least 90 with complementary humidity. We started the Charley-Frances-Ivan clean up. Yard guy showed up and blew a substantial amount of the pine needles off plants and out of the yard before mowing the foot-high grass.

When I went to Selby to photograph the fringed hibiscus, Ms. Fatma negotiated a major clean up with the yard guy. We now have some major rip-out on the agenda, which is good. Get rid of early mistakes.

Looks like the Buddha's hand citron is not going to survive. I likely made a mistake planting it so close to where the only [now dead] grapefruit tree was--allopathy or whatever--so if it goes, I'll plant one of my remarkably nice fig cuttings in that spot. Ms. Fatma says one cannot have too many fig trees, and that will be a nice place to have one.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4 W
Zone 10a
Minimum 30 F [-1 C]

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