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RE: Greetings Fern Folk!

  • Subject: RE: Greetings Fern Folk!
  • From: "Guertin, Darryl A. (North Houston)" <cjlm7@allstate.com>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2009 08:48:19 -0600
  • Thread-index: AcqD2JwBx9pzn0sJQcqygY3rywXE+AABVKrQ
  • Thread-topic: [ferns] Greetings Fern Folk!

I wouldn't worry about 40 degrees unless you have something really
extraordinary.  My lingua and hastata just took an inch of snow,
followed by a soaking rain and a hard freeze overnight at 22 degrees,
and they're still fine.  Certainly didn't expect that!  Wish I could say
the same for my Blechnum serrulatum. :-(

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