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Gardens & Gardening

How is everyone's gardening doing thus far this season. First of summer is
here now. We had one warm rain after another with temps 7 degrees above
average in June. In short, it was hot and it was humid... like a trip to
Mobile without getting in the car. 
My gardens have been the most lush they have ever been. No late frosts this
time around. Plenty of moisture and warmth. So many plants bloomed ahead of
schedule and all together there is not a lot out there right now. But,I am
more of a foliage person than blooms, so all is well with me. 
Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens,LLC
Garden Writer - Photographer -  Lecturer

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