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CULT: Potted Copperheads

From: vince lewonski <vincelewonski@yahoo.com>

--- Donald Eaves <donald@eastland.net> wrote:
> Well, here I go again with a warning!  I have potted up
> the first of
> this year's arrivals and this a.m., all curled up next to
> PEARL, was a copperhead.  Now that the weather is hot and
> dry,
> damp cool places are attractive to them.  That means the
> flower beds
> here.  Not much else is damp (except my shirt if stay
> outside more
> than 2 minutes).  So for those who may have these little
> critters, keep
> an eye out.  I sure need constantly reminding.  I put my
> hand well
> within biting range this morning.  I only potted this one
> yesterday and
> wasn't expecting it.  Hope LENORA survives the crow bar
> damage.
   V. sez:

   And to think that I complain about borers...

Vince Lewonski
Secane, PA  Zone 6

"Here come Ol' Flattop!"
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