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Re: An Inconvenient Truth

I'm going to be out of town for a few days...very bad timing with all this
heat...but necessary.  I brought in some flats of seedlings so they can
cool off in the AC.  The planted items are mulched so I'll guess I will
water right before I leave and hope they won't be baked when I come back. 
I'm going to work on cuttings when I get back.

> [Original Message]
> From: Christopher P. Lindsey <lindsey@mallorn.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 7/18/2006 5:07:47 PM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] An Inconvenient Truth
> > Didn't think I was offering an opinion. Unlike the carbon industry 
> > apologists on Fox News, I don't have opinions that weasel demonstrable 
> > fact. I do have opinions about Fox News, its viewers, and its 
> > distortion of reality, however. Was that what you meant?
> Hey now!  Back to your corners...  
> Man, this heat is making people crazy.
> I took a bunch of cuttings today and now have them under mist.  In a few 
> weeks I should have
>    Betula maximowicziana
>    Betula schmidtii
>    Betula alleghenensis
>    Lonicera prolifera (USDA selected plants)
>    Ulmus parvifolia 'Dynasty'
>    Cornus drummondii
>    Euonymus obovatus
> if all goes well.  These look like they're ready:
>    Stephanandra incisa var. crispa
>    Hydrangea serrata 'Blue Billow'
>    Lonicera prolifera (wild collected)
>    Many different Vinca cultivars
> Today I'm going out to get some Parrotia and Metasequoia cuttings too.
> Chris
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