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Re: CULT:planting:heat+

Dear Betty,
    I understand completely. I plan to get up early  tomorrow & prepare a new 
iris bed. I have sand, Miracle Grow Garden Soil,  and Sphagnum Peat Moss in 
the back of my van. I also have composted cow manure  in my garage & Alphalfa 
horse feed pellets as well. After preparing the bed,  I intend to go to a water 
aerobics class to cool off. It's a plan, hope I can  make it happen.Oh, I 
forgot to mention that I have watered the bed for 1 hour  this evening in 
preparation as we have not had any rain for 2 weeks and  temperatures in the 90's.
    Annette in Kentucky

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