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Lemon Ripple & EC X Fogbound
  • Subject: Lemon Ripple & EC X Fogbound
  • From: <MryL1@msn.com>
  • Date: Wed, 1 May 2013 23:20:21 -0400


Yay, Linda!
I'm about 2 weeks behind you.  Both have 5 fans here. 
LR seemed a little hesitant to start this spring.  No doubt from
the transition from the left coast to March & April here 10-15 degrees
below normal.  Perfect foliage on both so far.  Increases on ECXFog are
larger than original fan.
First dwarf opened on Monday. 
Trying to compensate for advancing decrepitude with chemicals.  The
Post Office is apparently trying to find the final straw.
Mary Lou

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