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Re: Re: Salix integra HN > nasty day

Glad to hear you are safe. 

So what new plants did you come home with? I am surprized they didn't
blow into my yard with the wind factor lately. Starting to finally die
down. I have wanted to go to the Missouri Botanic gardens for some time
now... maybe this year.


> I'm still here. Five tornados hit 20 miles or so north of us, on both 
> the Missouri and Illinois sides of the river. Thankfully only two 
> injuries and no loss of life, thanks to alert storm watchers and our 
> warning systems. One small town was practically wiped out, and many 
> lost their homes. We just had really high winds here. DH and I were in 
> the St Louis area at the time celebrating mother's day a day early with 
> a trip to the native plant sale at the Shaw Nature Center (formerly 
> Shaw Arboretum), in Gray Summit, MO, part of the Missouri Botanic 
> Garden.
> Cathy

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