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Re: Digest Number 284

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 1/24/1999 9:31:34 AM Central Standard Time, lmann@icx.net

<< several warm
 days with nights staying above the mid 30s followed suddenly by several
 nights down to 10, followed by another batch of warmth and rain)  >>

My experience has been that this is very destructive to first year plants, but
damage/survival is much improve/almost eliminated on 2 or 3 year old clumps.
(Do not know if this is true of species, etc., since I did not grow much
except Honorable.)


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