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I mentioned earlier all my scented geraniums were lost in an early frost
last fall. Finally went out to empty pots & clean off the deck and found an
amaryllis. It is not dead! Green solid bulb in that dry pot. So I watered
them all. Hey, if a tender amaryllis can survive outside all winter, maybe
some of the Pelagoniums went dormant also. One can hope.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho 72F & sunshine, more rain on the way

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