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Re: Rebloom Report

Donald, your report of plants to move, weeds to pull, etc., probably 
won't get a lot of sympathy, but then again, I'm not so sure.  I'm 
rather envious myself, because along with all the other northern 
gardeners I'm looking at frost coming, the whole gardening process 
having to be shut down.  You write of a mid-November killing frost 
date, Ellen's already see her's, and we're living on borrowed time 
here in NW Iowa, having just escaped it twice by the width of a frost 
crystal.  So, sympathy, probably not, but just wish that we still had 
the problem.  It's kind of nice to read of anticipation of rebloom 
when I'm already into anticipation of bloom next spring!

Arnold Koekkoek (zone 4)

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