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Re: Winter Growers Waking Up

We grow roses in El Cajon and have NO IDEA why we are getting all these
messages????? Do you?????????? Thanks Jack and Bonnie Shoultz

----- Original Message -----
From: "Phil Bunch" <pbunch@CTS.COM>
Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2000 6:08 AM
Subject: Winter Growers Waking Up

> During October my tuberous rooted winter growers have started to wake up.
> The only one that shows no sign of growth yet is Pelargonium barklyi. The
> pachycaul species started growing during the last half of September.  P.
> cortusifolium is now in full growth.  It's great to see some leaves after
> long summer!  The changes from season to season are subtle in San Diego
> sometimes the plants say more than the calendar anyway :-)
> As one might expect the Tylecodon and "winter growing" mesembs also are
> making their moves.  It's like having a small piece of Namaqualand in the
> back yard.
> Phil Bunch
> Lemon Grove, California
> 32:44:00N 117:01:58W
> 540 feet (164 meters) amsl
> USDA Zone 10a
> Sunset Zone 23

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