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Re: storm on the way folks...

Well, better safe than sorry, Donna - but Canna, even in pots, will
take 40s with aplomb...so not to worry unless they call for freezing
and even where you are, it's getting a tad late for that, isn't it?

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> From: Donna  <justme@prairieinet.net>
> Appears all survived last night... now the sun is out, no wind and
> forecast of 65 today.... weather here can be crazy this time of
> Guessing I didn't need to haul all these plants into the garage for
> night. I had planted Pam's cannas in pots as they were already
> when she sent them to me in Feb-March? I am the only one around
> three ft cannas at the moment! (If you are from the north, you
> understand this comment... if from the south, you are probably
> scratching your head thinking huh?....)
> Donna

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