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Re: Guess who got hailed on "B>(( me head be sore?

  • Subject: Re: Guess who got hailed on "B>(( me head be sore?
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2002 06:46:18 EDT

In a message dated 6/17/02 12:03:08 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
raffi@sympatico.ca writes:

<< Biggest HAIL-storm I've ever seen?..N'hostas shredded nicely!
 after the storm.jpg

Hey, Bill, there you are rubbing that really cool specimen in front of our 
noses again!  And with a sign above just like we don't know what it is.....

Sorry I am joshing, hate to hear about your loss.  We have weird weather here 
in OH all the time.  I am afraid that if we had hail like that someone would 
need to hit me over the head as I would probably be running around in the 
stuff and would try to do what I could to save them.  The plants under the 
tree canopy would be fine but the others that have no shade would also have 
no hail protection.  I have lost three trees in the last year so everything 
is out in the sun or hail, but doing ok.

Are you going to trim back the damaged leaves?  That is what I had to do 
after the last freeze that made about half the leaves on some of my hostas 
look necrotic.

A little Tylenol and a little time and you will be feeling much better Bill, 
take care.  N.

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