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Too Early!

  • Subject: Too Early!
  • From: Dan Watt dbwatt@hiwaay.net
  • Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2003 22:18:31 -0600

I just took a short tour around the edges of the beds today and saw some bad
news - a few days of warmish weather and some sprouts have shown coming
through. I noted shoots of Aphrodite, Wolverine, and plantagenia. Now I have a
month ahead that will be filled with watching weather forecasts for freezes
and then trying to protect those little fellows.

We have another 40 days before our average last freeze/frost.

Just one of the joys of hostaholics in the deep South.

Dan Watt
North Alabama

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