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Re: NC

John, makes me wonder what the convention is going to be
like this year in Raleigh? This weather is making my garden
one huge slimy mess! I covered the plants on my deck, but
the ones in the garden were on their own. (sigh). I have
hostas that are out and unfurled completely. I even had one
blooming, if yawl can believe that!

This morning my car was covered in frost & ice. Guess I'll
be cutting mush this weekend AGAIN! Ugh....

Lu (Atlanta, Zone 7B)

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