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Have to move some things in

Posted by andyandy 6bMI (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 14, 12 at 8:59

After a couple of days in the 80s (which got my new 8 foot spindle to start pushing up a new spear) they are calling for highs in the low-mid 60s by the middle of vexxt week. That means at least few a few things my more tropical palms will be in their winter spots until it warms up. A few nighs in the mid 40s might not hurt but I never like to take that chanse. it is still only September so hopefully we'll see some more 80s before fall really hits.

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RE: Have to move some things in

Still warm here and fairly dry though expecting big rain on Tuesday. After cold front mid 70's down to low 50's at night then milder nights. The only things I brought in were one African violet and a few Moth orchids. First first usually in early to mid November so they stay out relatively late. I didn't bring the Queens and cycads in last year till early December.

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