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RE: Brr it's cold and daffodils

Oh I'm here and awake, just doing laundry, starting seeds, sharpening my
Felco's, cleaning the kitchen and drying Sugar off as she insists on
sitting out on the porch even though it's pouring down rain. Crazy cat.
Am working on parsley, perennial geraniums and marigolds today.
Certainly won't get any pruning done w/ this deluge - bah!!


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 9 Feb 2003 09:07:42 -0600

>Nope, some of us are here... just not awake enough yet :)
>There is no signs of life here. Everything is still frozen, but the snow
>did melt away during a warm period last week. Thinking it is near zero
>here with a wind chill way below. Burrrrrrr!
>So Andrea, what are you transplanting? We have been doing that for the
>last month at our clubs greenhouse. For those of us in the northern
>area, working in the greenhouse weekly does the spirit good. Warmth,
>something green to look at and smell, hands in dirt... yep, every
>gardener needs that to make it thru the winter.
>IL, Zone 5
>> Jesse-looks like you and I are the only ones up so far this morning.
>> cloudy and damp and cold here. Not COLD, just uncomfortable. I've got
>> daffodils coming up too but not blooming. It was so dry here this
>> that everything's trying to catch up now that we've had some rain.
>> Spent yesterday transplanting 656 plugs into 3 inch containers.
>> Fortunately
>> my sister and brother-in-law helped me or it would have taken me DAYS!
>> Needless to say, the greenhouse is full. Now let's just cross our
>> and hope that my mixed container gardens sell really well this year.
>> Andrea H
>> Beaufort, SC
>> Zone 8b
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Kemp TX/zone 8A


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