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Re: Heuchera, Heuchera, Heuchera

In a message dated 3/9/99 1:17:42 PM Eastern Standard Time,
sussextreeinc@ce.net writes:

<< My early yellow flowering daffodils are hanging their heads. Last night
 it was 18F and I think their stems froze. The weather man is calling for
 a blizzard, maybe up to 1 inch of snow. OH NO! >>

A BLIZZARD!!??  Please don't insult those of us who received another foot of
the famous white mulch dropped on us Saturday!  A blizzard indeed!!  :>  

Lori Johnson
Still snow in Buffalo
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