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Re: End of season thoughts

Here on a little slope southeast of Rochester, nearly all the hostas have
collapsed, but the impaitiens are still going strong.
 This area, too, has not been hit by frost, but everything is cycling down
for winter.
  The wreckage from the Labor Day storms is still being cleaned up. We lost
a good third of the arboretum on the east side, so we have humongous gaps in
the woods.
  All the better to plan new hosta gardens for the spring, eh?
John Dash
Fairport, NY
(the chillier side of)z5

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