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Re: Re: our storm yesterday

> From: gardenqueen@academicplanet.com
> I'm w/ you Marge. We narrowly escaped a hard frost last night (ice
> the car windows, but the plants were OK). Maybe the rest of my
> will still have time to ripen before winter gets here.

Sounds like major Remay time, Pam.  When I grew veggies, I always
ended up swathing the peppers in Remay in hopes that the last ones
would ripen:-)

Nothing tender left alive outside here as we've had several hard
frosts...leaves are mostly down and winter is setting in:-(  I should
be thinking Christmas, but my brain is still in garden
mode...thinking SPRING:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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