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TB: SUMMER HOLIDAYS - eating crow

From: Linda Mann <lmann@icx.net>

Well, ptui.  SUMMER HOLIDAYS decided this weather is just too wacko to
be risking its energy making flowers (a point in favor of its long-term
survival, I guess).  Two blooms opened during the deluge, but the others
aborted and rotted.  The stalk is still fat healthy and green.  I
suspect the hot drought in June preceeding the 6 inches of rain in one
week was a bit too much.

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA

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