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Re: Cult: Hot Yellow thing and potted iris

In a message dated 8/4/00 2:46:41 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
suttons@lightspeed.net writes:

<< BTW the yellow (very) hot thing in the sky is the thing that has been 
 us at 105 to 110 for the past week.  Heard rumors it was called the sun.
 ----- Original Message ----- >>
Hi Mike and all,
    It would be nice to see the yellow (very) hot thing since we've been 
rained on for almost three weeks on, with only a visit from the 
abovementioned thing for one day, ok...it might've been two days but not in 
sequence.   the iris I have in pots that are in the shade but not protected 
from rain are worrying me, gotta figure out a place to put them because they 
look awfully soggy and I fear rot.   The days, despite all the rain, have 
also remained humid.   Not a good combo.   At first I was happy that I didnt' 
have to water the pots but this is ridiculous.   I heard that Georgia
is desperate for rain.   Anyone working on that rainwater transport system?

Janet Natale
soggy in zone 8 of SC
Myrtle Beach, but not flooded yet thank God.

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