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Re: CULT: Spring bloom times are ahead of schedule

In a message dated 4/3/04 8:56:49 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
loberg@adelphia.net writes:

> so they're blooming at least 3 weeks early.
> What is everyone else experiencing?

Hi Kitty,

Does that bode ill for the convention?  We have a winter storm warning here 
tonight with a low predicted around freezing with snow increasing through 
tomorrow morning.  Then a low of 23 degrees tomorrow night.  We were just starting 
to see buds on I. pumila.

Dorothy Willott in Northern Ohio, hovering between Zones 5 and 6

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