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Re: now new zone map- was Happy Birthday Pam.....

In a message dated 5/15/06 1:37:19 PM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

> we haven't had a frost in a long time

Donna, we have had 2 in the past two wks and last yr had 3 in May.   We hosed 
down the trees & ran the irrigation system for both this year after losing 
leaves on so many trees last yr.   Those that didn't lose their leaves looked 
ratty all season.   The liles that turned mushy with last yrs frost seem to have 
returned this year.   I was fearful they would not.

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