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Re: weather

Regarding the herb- they described both culinary and medicinal uses.  
Apparently it is good with pork dishes and is an important ingredient in 
spare ribs.  I'm going to hunt in some of my medicinal herb books and 
see if I can find it (and how to spell it).  It is actually a really 
attractive purple leafed plant with ruffled edges and smell sort of 

At 106 degrees right now.  I am inside!

Johnson Cyndi D Civ 95 CG/SCSRT wrote:
> Did he tell you what to use the herb for? I always like growing different
> stuff but with veggies and herbs sometimes you don't know what to do with
> it. The tomatillo thing sounds interesting too. And I bet I know what they
> do with the produce...they eat some, they preserve some, and they give it
> away to nice people like you. My co-workers are not yet sick of zucchini as
> I'm being careful not to overload the same people all the time.  
> I don't plant anything here after about mid-June, even if it lives it won't
> do much. Doesn't always stop me from buying stuff but I'll leave them in
> pots until September. 
> 106 here yesterday too. And still the clouds. I just can't get over this
> weird monsoon weather, it is just going on and on this summer. Yesterday the
> clouds were very black off in the distance as I drove home, and I saw
> multiple lightning strikes in one particular area - one after another, very
> quick. A little worried since that's where I was heading! While I got rained
> on as I neared the area it must have been very bad a little earlier. I
> stopped at the optometrist's office and the intersection there was literally
> under water, cars up to their bumpers and all sorts of debris in the street.
> Five miles away at my house it was bone dry. 
> Forecast is the same for today and the weekend, 110 and clouds.
> Well...whattya gonna do. 
> Cyndi
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
> Of Theresa W.
> Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2006 7:24 PM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] weather
> I created my own rain in the backyard-  turned on the sprinklers when I got
> home from work and just went out into the yard and stood there.  106 today.
> (107 tomorrow and Sat).  Everything is hot.  My nextdoor neighbor gave me a
> couple of plants on Wednesday when I stayed home. His gardens all look
> great- don't ask me what one older Asian couple and do with all of the
> veggies and fruit that man manages to grow on his tiny little yard.
> Amazing!  Well, I left his house with a zucchini, an asian squash of some
> kind, some kind of funky hybrid that is kind of like a tomatillo (but isn't)
> that tastes kind of fruity like tangy cherry/mango/tomatillo blend and is
> the color orange.  Also, 2 pepper plants (one looks like a Thai devil, and
> the other he called an Australian bell (the peppers are actually the shape
> of bells).  Also an Asian herb called "geesu"- and yes that is a phonetic
> spelling since neither he, nor I know how to spell it using the English
> alphabet.  Amazingly they all transplanted
> OK- I guess since they already were surviving in pots in this heat.
> Stay cool everyone.  And for those of you who actually get any rain in
> summer, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you.
> Theresa
> james singer wrote:
>> Not raining yet, but a 70 percent probability for today--and every day 
>> for a week. We seem to be averaging about 2 inches per day, which must 
>> be soaking in. At least I don't see it puddling up anywhere.
>> On Jul 20, 2006, at 8:30 AM, Donna wrote:
>>> raining here today.... wish I could share with those who need it, we 
>>> all need it, but why buckets worth? Do we really need that light show 
>>> to go with? Street infront of work is once again flooded. sigh.
>>> Anyways, as I was driving into work, the sky is really scary.... 
>>> reminds me of a twister forming. Not established enough here, but 
>>> those to the
>>> south- southeast... watch it... stay safe...
>>> Hopefully if it does form, it will touch down in some remote field.
>>> Donna
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>> Island Jim
>> Southwest Florida
>> 27.0 N, 82.4 W
>> Hardiness Zone 10
>> Heat Zone 10
>> Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
>> Maximum 100 F [38 C]
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