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Re: Ball gardens..addictions....drought

Oh I feel for you Pam.  Our neighbor just came back from Dallas on  business, 
said that they are in really bad shape their with the drought  too.   We 
haven't had adequate rainfall in a couple months  either...had been hoping Rita 
would do it, but she didn't bring anything but  winds and high temps that dried 
everything out even more.  "Supposed" to  get rain tonight with the cool front 
blowing in, hope you do too.  Only  good thing is that the humidity level has 
been low for some time now, so it  feels great. 
Hoping you get some relief soon.
In a message dated 10/30/2005 7:16:28 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Well  it's all xeriscape stuff from now on for me. November will be month
number  8 of this bloody drought. SICK of it.

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