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Re: Greetings Fern Folk!

  • Subject: Re: Greetings Fern Folk!
  • From: SCARLATTI@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2009 13:21:46 EST

Hi Sue:  I am counting on your good thoughts & info re  Pyrrosia eboshi, 
sheareri, princeps  & all my linguas to get me through  this.  It is still 40 
degrees in my garden.  sigh
_scarlatti@aol.com_ (mailto:scarlatti@aol.com) 
praying to the FERN GOD
In a message dated 12/23/2009 9:52:35 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,  
foliageg@juno.com writes:

Don't  forget Pyrrosia sheareri. Last week for the third year in a row we
dropped  to 15*F (-10 C) without the benefit of snow cover (formerly
unusual   for the Seattle area) for many days. Most of the  garden
including the  Pyrrosia looked freeze dried but now the sheareri and P.
lingua including  cv. Eboshi are fine. One sheareri and all of my linguas
were in pots making  them even more vulnerable. I've had P. sheareri
outdoors in all sorts of  weather for over 20 years and it is a prize.
Happy Holidays,
Sue  Olsen
Bellevue, WA

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