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Re: Weather

on 9/12/03 7:56 AM, Bonnie Holmes wrote:

native plants that was quite lush and used little water

There lots of nurseries in So. Cal. that specialize in these due to the
water situation there. As for Riverside, you couldn't pay me enough to live
there. SMOG - VERY BAD!!!

there are some gr888 nurseries in S. Barbara that are experts. I'll try &
get some names & post.
We've had slightly more than an inch rain this week. Enough that I wont have
to water. Lawns starting to green up. Soon I'll feed for the winter.
Beautiful today / part cldy., nice clear blue sky. Hey, it can't get any
better than that. Try it, you'll like it. LOL
Y'al have a gr888 weekend. Blessings.

Tony Veca  <>< 
Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
Vancouver, WA  USA

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