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Re: much too much mulch

Hello Ceres,
    Have not been outside yet this morning to check on things. I can see
where we did go down to 30 degrees last night. They had forecast 26 in the
city, about 24 out here. I can see frost has settled on the lawn, so feel
good about covering the new incoming plants. My garden should have been ok
with these temps. Those babies have been through local winters so know what
to expect and how to handle it.
    Supposed to be in the 70's by mid week...... back to potting up new
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
----- Original Message -----
> Gene, we didn't get the nasty weather predicted. Hope you did not either.
> wish you a great season of sales and experiences.
>     Ceres

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