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Re: Another Question/Elephant Ears

Yuck, Zem.  We had that all July and most of August.  Been about 87
here lately - the days it's sorta dry it isn't so bad, but when the
humidity moves up again, it's still pretty awful - but not as bad as
95.  And it's been cooling down into the upper 60's at night - which
it was not doing in July and August.  I hate nights of 75F with 75%
humidity; you can hardly breathe.   I cannot function in the garden
when it gets much above 90.  

Those poor baby pansies - they hate heat.  I bet you're exhausted - I
think I would have just passed out!!!  Hope you're drinking lots of

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Zemuly Sanders <zsanders@midsouth.rr.com>
> Well, Marge, it was 95 in this part of zone 7 today.  I felt every
> too.  The nursery where I work just got 3,000 baby pansies for the
fall, and 
> she, her friend and I potted and schlepped most of the day.  I also
> with breaking down cardboard boxes and cleaning up other debris.  I
> exhausted.

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