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Ward Dasey
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Re: Palmyra Cove planting day April 29

April 21 2017, 11:15 AM 

It is all cleared up now. It took them two days. The plants have advanced a bit and if we get more rain they should jump. It has always seem to me that greggii/microphylla are coded to take advantage of rainfall when it comes. There are still on a few flower buds forming on a few plants so we will see.

 
 
 
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