[gardeners] Re: Arctic chill

bsk (gardeners@globalgarden.com)
Thu, 31 Jan 2002 10:12:53 -0600

GRrrrrr or maybe I should say Brrrrrrrrrr.....
    I am so sorry to hear about all the bad weather for your area. I know
there isn't a whole lot you can do about it when you lose plants in this way
but, darn it! That is one of the saddest things I know of when you work so
hard to grow so many good things and something uncontrollable kills them.
One good thing though, once you figure out what made it and what didn't you
can try to plant more things! Always fun to plant things!

Okie zone 7a
----- Original Message -----
From: <ronhay@postoffice.pacbell.net>

> Our citrus, they look seriously bedraggled.
> After we strung the lights on our mandarin, navel and blood orange
> trees,  We hung trouble lights on all night to keep the cinnamon tree
> The tea tree got pretty well blasted Monday night,
> "took gas..." even our Iceland poppies. The our coral tree (erythrina
> corraloides) look like cooked cabbage.
> The lower leaves of our artichokes are so limp. The callas' leaves look
> much done for, too.