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Yeh, it was a "near miss" again today! Tornados coming our way, then
changed direction and went north east of us. So my plants were spared
today. Just some rain. Geez. Enough already.

Zemuly@aol.com wrote:
Jesse, a total bummer about your plants. Today we had severe thunderstorms 
both east and west of us. We were very lucky that we only got rain. In light 
of our recent peony discussion I was really grateful for the rings around mine. 
Their heads are mercifully still held high!

zone 7
West TN

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