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Re: Saruma was:overgrown dwarf mugho

Auralie, I recall that rose fiasco, but it did all work out in the end.
Who did you order this plant from? Reasonably close to you? Priority
would make it by Friday most anywhere.

We were just starting to need a bit of rain when it started last night
and sounded like it rained right on through the night, for all I know. A
good soft rain, everything got a good drink.


-------------- Original message -------------- 

> In a message dated 09/07/2004 2:51:23 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
> mtalt@hort.net writes: 
> Auralie, if Gene's herd isn't eating his, try it...it's a great 
> plant. 
> I ordered it last night. I'm just hoping the Priority Mail delivery works 
> better than it 
> did for the roses last spring. And that I can get to the Post Office to pick 
> it up - my DH 
> will have fits if he has to do it again. The Peekskill PO is dreadful. 
> Anyway, I have high hopes for the Saruna. Maybe if we get some rain from the 
> end 
> of Francis I can get the things I have here planted - it's far too dry to do 
> it now - I just 
> don't have what it takes to haul enough water. 
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