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[IGSROBIN] finally!!!!

The rain finally came after only 120 days.  Not enough, but still, hopefully, a signal that the summer rainfall pattern is coming back.
Digging beds, putting out seedlings, and waiting for the latest silverhill seed order with species pells from s. africa.
Was weeding the other week and almost pulled up a plant, but then I noticed the leaves.  Turns out it is a native geranium, g. carolinaseum, or some such.  Not much to look at, small pink flowers, reseatte form, but I saved the seeds anyway if anybody wants some for hybridizing.  Also have tons of oderatissima, and grossulariodes if anybody wants them.  They are invading.  Hope everybody is doing well, and that Cindys rowdy San Diego Pells have calmed down.  Have faith, Ingrid, spring will come.:)

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