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Re: The Sun is Back!


I usually find 3 or 4 - hum what do you call those
things they reproduce in?- around the property yearly.
I am luck to see one or two throughout the summer, but
figure they gotta be somewhere!

Donna

--- Judy Browning <judylee@lewiston.com> wrote:

> I'm always thrilled to see a praying mantis in my
> garden. Unfortunately, all 
> of my cats have thought they were fun cat snacks, so
> I've never had a large 
> population, usually see one or 2 a season.
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "SueNY" <sue.nyc@att.net>
> To: "Gardens & Gardening" <GARDENS@LSV.UKY.EDU>
> Cc: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Sent: Saturday, June 10, 2006 1:03 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] The Sun is Back!
> 
> 
> >  Well after about a week of nothing but rain rain
> and more rain, along 
> > with
> > cool temps (65-70 daytime, 55-60 night time) the
> sun has returned.
> > Unfortunately it came along with high winds.
> *sigh*  I hope the cool wet
> > weather hasn't hurt my veggies. They all look
> pretty good. I am lucky 
> > enough
> > to live within walking distance of two lovely
> nurseries so I went for a 
> > walk
> > today. Ended up getting a gorgeous trailing
> petunia, some impatients, a 
> > flat
> > of dusty miller and a nice pot of lavender. One of
> the nurseries was 
> > giving
> > away tomato plants for free because they had
> overstocked! Too bad I 
> > already
> > have more than enough. :-)  Everything seems to be
> doing well for me so 
> > far.
> > My cukes bounced back and are getting huge, my
> herb seedlings are nice and
> > happy, even all my geranium seeds sprouted! The
> only think I'm not sure
> > about is my rose bush. It was dormant when we got
> it about 2 weeks ago and
> > of course right after we planted it the rain and
> cold came. I hope it will
> > be okay!
> > Oh, and we have lots of lovely ladybugs! :-) One
> of the nurseries I was at
> > was selling pouches of 1500 each. They also had
> praying mantis eggs. The
> > nurseryman said they eat just about every pest you
> can think of. Anyone 
> > have
> > any in their garden?
> >
> > Sue
> >
> >
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