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Thought I would report a couple of things that happened as a result of the
stalled out weather system of May 1 & 2.  I'm a few miles north east of
Nashville.  My total rainfall was reported as 8.9.  Personal record seemed
more but it's unofficial.  My regular method of recording rain fall was
overwhelmed, but a large flower pot without a drain, which I use to bottom
water other pots, was totally filled.  It's about 12 inches deep.


1)  New seedlings still in the pots jumped in height by approximately 1.5

2)  A pod grew so fast that it split down one of the chambers.  You can see a
small portion of one large seed.  In 25 years, I've not had this happen

Betty Wilkerson
KY Zone 6

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