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Bloom "Downunder"

  • Subject: Bloom "Downunder"
  • From: RYFigge@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2001 14:59:45 EDT

Colleen and Wendy,  You don't kinow (or maybe you do when the situation is 
reversed) how your bloom reports just  cut me to "the quick"  (I always 
wondered where and what that was !)  and we are facing what I fear is one of 
our worst winters,  which has been preceded with tornados in the Baltimore 
area last week  -- and we never !? have tornados!  Sometimes hurricanes.  But 
Mother Nature on the rampage in any form scares me!  While I envy your coming 
season, I really wouldn't want t1o live where there is just about one season 
such as our deep South or West Coast  -- then again there would be Mother 
Nature waiting in the wings, soto speak.  Do you have threats from her in 
Australia?   I don't  recall anything but floods in certain areas.   Good 
luck wiith your season and let me hear about any rebloom activities, please.  
I'm hoping to have some here in the bed that has not been replanted too 
recently!  Rosalie nr Baltimore USA  zone 7  ryfigge@al.com

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