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Re: [IGSROBIN] Thirsty San Diego Pels


You certainly seem to have tempermental and high strung pells.  We in
Florida are about to suspect the existence of some strange California
neurosis brought about by El Nino (a), or illegal immigration, or something.
Drunk and rowdy pels.  Sulking pels.  And part beaver pels.  This needs to
be reported to someone, I think.

-----Original Message-----
From: Cynthia S. Lohry <Hedgehug@AOL.COM>
Date: Saturday, February 13, 1999 11:30 AM
Subject: Re: Thirsty San Diego Pels

>Are you double potting those plants in exposed areas?  It might help cut
>on the moisture loss and also keep them upright.  I've also resorted to
>bags" of rocks to weight them down, similar to what George uses when
>from the bottom up.
>All the angels are double potted, because they are the ones that I'm most
>concerned about.  Of course, they are also quite petite, so they just
>down into the pots to get out of the wind and have been snapping out
>for luke warm drinks with fertilizer chasers (preferably with those little
>umbrellas!)   And if I don't get it delivered fast enough, of course, they
>sulk.  Nothing looks sadder than an angel in full sulk drooping
>over the edge of its clay pot.
>We're knocking together yet another  6x4 "temporary" table today to house
>angels in the sun, because I don't want them to get thin and scrawny in the
>lathhouse because of the additional shadey.  Clark pointed out that this
>four temporary tables, and I might as well fess up and admit that they
>temporary any more.

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