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RE: good morning/weather

Gees Girl!... you got to add some unusual and fussy plants... it gives
gardening a thrill when it makes it, and puts you back to reality when
it doesn't.....:)

Hope the rain made it!


> Hey someone has to leave in the heat and like it, right? They SAY
> fixin' to get rain from tonight through Saturday. Heard that before.
> Let's hope they're right for a change this time.
> I need a good rainy weekend to stay indoors long enough to clean.
> Rene' would have a STROKE if she saw my house right now. Oh got some
> hanging planters (on sale) from Gardener's Supply yesterday. Can you
> more prostrate rosemary from HCG this Spring?? All my spider plants
> croaked during the last cold snap so they're all getting replaced w/
> tougher, xeriscape creeping rosemary. No more fussy tender stuff for
> Gave the lemon tree to neighbor Pat. She was thrilled to pieces and
> has a husband to haul it in and out. Bon chance.
> :-)

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