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Re: grubs, trees, etc.

That's so cool - saw a shot of the new building - nice! Yep, grubs can
get big as your thumb here. They turn into June bugs big enough to need

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: F M Ferrari
Sent: 5/5/2004 2:33:40 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] grubs, trees, etc.

> See I just KNEW they were Texas grubs being that HUGE!  What do they grow into? Some flying creature from Godzilla?
> Yes, I haven't seen the inside of the new building but apparently there
> is an inside area that is grassed and will be somewhat landscaped. What
> a nice way to relax and take a break from work! How amazing that just a
> touch of green and nature bring comfort. Outside the building here at
> work, we have some dianthus that pops up every spring. Each day they
> make me smile to see them in their glory even without special care.
> I also got a couple more seedlings from the Survivor Tree at the
> Memorial and planted one in the backyard. I think it's an elm of some
> sort. The original tree was outside my window and I used to watch the
> changing seasons from my desk as I looked out at the tree. It really is
> a special tree to me.
> Fran, OKC
> <gardenqueen@academicplanet.com> wrote:
> I've seen them that big in my clay occasionally. Amazing. I pitch them
> over the fence for the birdies to eat. Saw they dedicated the new
> Federal Bldg in OKC BTW. Quite a milestone. Y'all have really risen to
> the occasion since the bombing and I for one am very impressed!
> Pam Evans
> Kemp, TX
> zone 8A
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