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	I know everyone, including myself, has been complaining about the
hot weather, broken records for sustained days of high temps, etc.
	Could not stand it anymore. It will turn to cooler nights in the
next 2 to 3 weeks, so I am taking the mornings to go out and play in the
garden now. Reworking one small area by pulling out old plants, turning and
working in "good stuff" and then transplanting, mulching, watering in. In
front of arum italicum there is a large rock that now has hellebore foetidus
on either side. In front close to path are Bergenia that turns red in cool
weather and Gold Most glossy fern. Path is lined with limestone. Arum will
come up shortly and all will be green through the winter. Have several other
areas I want to play with if I can find the time and exact plants to
combine. I am even going to order a few new plants (gasp!!). 

Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens,LLC
Garden Writer - Photographer -  Lecturer

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