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Rats! Another Freeze

Posted by organic_kitten 7 (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 10, 11 at 22:25

This one is bound to finish the roses that were still blooming. (Pam's Pink and Lilac Dawn...plus a lot of blooms on Glamis Castle)

Well, at least there's Christmas and then New Years.

Then two dreary months before any hope of bulbs or anything else brightening the view.

Humph!

kay


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RE: Rats! Another Freeze

Worse weather for you guys down south than it has been for us here. Been really nice on Long Island. My roses are still blooming. Well, some of them are. And the blooms last a long time in the cooler but not cold weather. I even found a scape on one of the daylilies at the begining of the week. I snapped it off but still. Crazy daylilies.


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RE: Rats! Another Freeze

For the past few days we have dipped into 20's overnight. No real snow as of yet and glad of it! Seems to go all around us with just a few flurries now and then.
I think the South will be the new North LOL.

Julia


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RE: Rats! Another Freeze

OH NO< Kay: not some morefreezes coming.its been a hard freeze here every night for 2 weeks, maybe more,Its reslly staying cold here.I been sending my youngest daughter a text message at night when she gets off work and tell her to dont forget to let the faucets run a little, got another hard freeze over night. and she sends one back telling me Thank you, I will turn them on right now, last night she told me she is tired of being cold, cold , cold,

I told her well,we might have a little break next week and get rain instead of freezes, she says heck, thats no break, to trade it for rain.

jean


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