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RE: Looking for Fiber Optic Grass..

Did I miss something? Did your DH get the job Theresa? Whoo hoo... another
member within driving distance! :)


> -----Original Message-----
> I'm sure there are many things that would not come with me if we moved
> to Iowa- but I bet most everything I grew in Northeast Maine would live
> there! I would move my rugosa rose with me- as I know it can withstand
> winter and in fact would probably be much happier in Iowa than
> Sacramento.  I'm sure I'd survive winter (having grown up north of
> Buffalo), and we definitely get hot here in Sacramento, and you
> mentioned humidity in summer?  Kind of like Washington DC humidity
> maybe?  My hair and skin would love a little more humidity than we have
> now, but I bet you get more than a little bit.
> Funny, before I moved to California I always wondered how women on TV
> got their hair to look so great and stay looking like they wanted it.
> Well- it has nothing to do with shampoo, curlers, etc.  It has
> everything to do with the climate-  while my hair is drier here, it also
> looks better and behaves better than anywhere else I've ever lived.
> (Not that the garden cares about my hairdo- which of course is always
> jsut tied up in a ponytail when I'm outside anyway).
> Theresa
> Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:
> >In a message dated 9/28/05 10:30:17 PM, tchessie1@sbcglobal.net writes:
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >>It is perennial here- I 've had mine for a couple of years now.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >This is one you would need to protect if you were in Iowa,   Theresa.
> It
> >would seem it would be easier to move to a cold climate if you came in
> the
> >spring and worked into the winter.   I guess maybe our heat and humidity
> would be
> >an adjustment also but worth it.
> >     Ceres
> >
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