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Re: Freezing temps

Hi Again Ronald and Everyone,

I obviously had not taken a recent tour of my yard when I wrote that
last message, Somewhere in the last 24 hours I think, There have been
some changes . Many of my scenteds are still doing well but some have
been singed by frost and a couple only showed fresh growth nearest to
the ground.. It has been really dry here which probaly contributed to
the stress of the moment.
Zonals, However, are still looking like nothing has happenned so they
seem to be more hardy in general than the scenteds.
Just thought I would ket you know the latest.

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