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Re: CULT: weather, bloom, and signs of an early frost?

From: "Mark Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> Signs of Fall approaching are becoming more evident by the day. Doves are
> already bunched up and ready to head south. Fall daylilies have been
> blooming for over a week and the deer are becoming less cautious. All we
> need now to confirm the change is a frost!

     Do you mean that you get frost in August?  Doves are year round
residents here.  On an Iris thought, with more rainfall this past week, I
see some increase on the Louisianas...

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida        [Low 71 F, High 94 F, Rainfall 1.48"]

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