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Re: Frost Tonight!


Pottsey,
	I would be concerned about the Hostas that are up.  The other plants 
you mentioned, can withstand quite a bit of frost.  Cover the Hostas 
with sheets, plastic, large pots, newspaper, row cover, anything that 
will not blow away and will give some protection.  These measures, will 
only be good for temps down to 29 or 30
-- 
Tom Micheletti
The Hosta Patch
Deer Park, IL
www.hostapatch.com
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