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Re: Cult: Bloom in Oz

From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> I will try not to bore you with bloom reports over the coming weeks, but 
> thought you would all like to know that my iris season is off to a very 
> early start, with the daffodils only just starting to fade, and no sign 
> yet of dutch iris flowers or tulips.

     I enjoy hearing these bloom reports.  Keep them coming.  Here, it is
still summer, but I guess one could say that fall is not too far away
because the Confederate Rose (Hibiscus mutabilis) is setting buds now.  
     After a record run of 96 Days in which the temperature reached or
exceeded 90 F ended last Wednesday (Thanks to Earl), we have had a couple
more that have remained in the 80's.

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida

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