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RE: Anybody?

Sorry to hear that your fall conference was not what you hoped
for.....but socialization is always nice!

Never turn your back on a plant.... cause they will always decide to do
something when you least expect it :)


> We just got back from Fall Conference - sorry to say not the best
> ever
> had - in fact, downright disappointing - but it was good to see
> Fall is definitely here - colors are beginning to turn and the little
> asters
> are all around.  I don't weed them out of hedges and the edges of beds
> because I do love them in the fall.  There are so many different ones,
> none of them seem to exactly match the ones in the Peterson's Guide..
> The ones I love best have hundreds of teensy flowers set very thickly
> very bushy stems.  A. lateriflorus looks most like it, but my plants
> much
> bushier than the illustration.  Sometimes they are a pale blue, but
> usually
> white.
> My Morning Glory 'Tie Dye' did not begin to bloom until a couple of
> ago - 'Grampa Ott' and the gone-to-seed ones in the garden had been
> blooming
> all summer - but once it got started it is making quite a show.  Don't
> know
> what took it so long.  It had made a massive vine up the side of the
> breezeway,
> but I had decided it wasn't going to bloom.
> I'm glad to see somebody is still out there.
> Auralie

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