Re: [gardeners] Re: [gardeners) weather

Annetta Green (
Thu, 7 Sep 2000 06:06:51 -0400

I am so jealous of your primroses.  I cannot get them to grow here.  Mine
after two years of babying have bitten the dust.  It just gets to hot for
them down here.  They do well as an indoor plant if you can find them
already in bloom.  Maybe next time I will have to keep the seedlings on the
windowsill.  If there is a next time.

I love corn too, glad something is tickling those taste buds.
Anne in FL
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> This summer has been so strange.  I live on a small lake and finally went
> swimming late in August.  It was either raining or too windy or cold
> I had time to swim.  I am usually in early June to  mid Sept.
> he corn too has not been seen here much but it sure tasted  good.  My
> buds were ruined by radiation and corn tastes better than anything I have
> eaten.  I  don't care if it is fresh, canned , frozen or cornbread.
> Now I'm bringing everything back into the greenhouse for the  fall.  It
> been close to 40 f at night.  I have found a foxglove blooming and a
> perennial geranium that blooms early summer.  Maybe the primroses will
> as they did last fall.
> Anne