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Re: chilly

We are going to drop down to the lower 60's ( to upper 50's) with lows  in 
the lower 50's (to upper 40's).  I'm glad.  We had our one night of  winter last 
week when that norther blew down.  Hope that is the end of it  
now.....everything is in full bloom, hate to lose it all.   The slight  freeze last week 
didn't do any harm except to the blooming Brugmansia.  The  blooms are shot. It's 
in a bad spot though, wide open.   The other one did great.   Oh 
well....everything else did  well.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 2/15/2006 9:27:30 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

81 here  today but will be down in the thirties by Friday.  Seesaw weather
this  month.

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