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It is snowing in Montreal

What a surprise this morning. There is a white blanket all over the garden.

But I am lucky.

Yesterday afternoon I remove the leaves of my 160 hostas.

And last night I went to get some horse manure old of six months.

And when I came back I spread it over my hostas. It was dark but not white.

Now I still have to remove othe things for winter.

But we still have to read the article that we did not have the time to do
during the blooming season.

Réjean D. Millette
le clown jardinier
Reggie D. Millette
the clown gardener

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