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From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>

Hi Jane,
NO!  Actually it got real cold and it slushed a little (very little) but no
damage to the iris.  We did have a huge 50 mph + wind storm.  Shredded some
blooms but not too bad.  I was getting real nervous when I woke up and saw
frost but it only got down to 33, not enough to damage the medians and very
little damage to the TB blooms.  Saw some pictures of the Tradition golf
tournament on TV, with plenty of snow on the ground.  Unbelievable for you
Mike in gradually warming CA.  Hey, where is spring anyway?
-----Original Message-----

>From: Growiris@aol.com
>Here it is Easter Sunday and what do we have?  SNOW!!  For some of you this
>would be no surprise where you live, but this is sunny Tucson, Arizona!!
>garden is in full bloom, our iris show is next weekend and the weekend
>that I will be at the Region 14/15 spring trek.  Mike Sutton, did you send
>this snow?!!
>Jane Parks
>Tucson, AZ  AIS Region 15

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