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Happy New Years !

To my gardening internet friends :)

Thanks for the year of sharing your lifetime gardening experiences with
me. Tomorrow starts the new year and a new season with those troubled
plants and design problems. 

Appreciate all the help and suggestions... you all are wonderful! :)

Hoping 2003 is the greatest gardening season for you, with everything
blooming on demand, pesky bug free, and the gardening inner peace it all
gives us.

So for those going out to celebrate tonight... stay safe. We are staying
home enjoying a late dinner, some favorite beverages and the great
company of close friends to usher in the new year. 

Happy New Year!
IL, Zone 5 (where it happens to be 60 today?)

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