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Re: CULT: landscaping vs naturalizing

Nicki Shay wrote:

>Hello,  I could not resist.  SNOW IN SANTE FE?   You all should be in
>balmy Washington State this winter!  El Nino has given us a Christmas
>blessing.  You would not believe it.
>Fushias in bloom, camelias, hydrangeas and geraniums - and in Seattle?
>Cherry trees blossoming here and there.  Wild!!!  I am enjoying every
>minute of it while it lasts!
>Merry Christmas all.             Nicki Shay

Sounds wonderful, Nicki!  I've seen on the weather channel that the coast
has been getting lots of rain, but I had no idea it was also warm.  I do
miss camellias, sometimes.

Barb in Santa Fe, wondering if we might get up to freezing today.  No.
Tomorrow?  Monday?

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