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Re: Seedlings: snow mulch

Dan & Marilyn

The iris really look chilled.  I can almost smell the
fresh cool clean air.

Here in Mississippi we don't get much snow, but when
we do the smell of the air is refreshing.

Billie Lynn Jones
Grenada, MS
Zone 8

--- Dan & Marilyn Mason
<dmason@rainyriver.lakeheadu.ca> wrote:
> We woke up to a couple inches of wet snow on the
> ground this
> morning. First year seedlings. I'm lucky I finished
> transplanting
> my older selected Setosa and Versicolor seedlings
> last
> weekend. I still have to plant iris seeds by the end
> of this
> month. It will warm up.
> Dan Mason  zone 3  NW Ontario, Canada

> ATTACHMENT part 2 application/octet-stream name=iris

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