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|Christine Thanks. I'll check for the little hairs. I never really looked that close at the leaves.
Nasty... Nasty weather I see all over the place. Looks like our Tx folks are getting slammed now. I am going to be moving plants again all day trying to get them under cover.
Don't think we scheduled for any tornadoes tomorrow, but we gonna have severe weather. At least for us it just rin. Feel bad for you folks getting the cold and freezing temps again.
There still a big loop of that snow and cold up at the top of the earth so looks like we may still have one more good blast of nasty weather still yet to come when it finally rotates around.
I don't remember... Are those Salvia Pink shades an annual or a perennial? Finally got them and the Salvia Forest Fire transplanted and looking like plants again again after the toads did a number on them. Sure hope they all make it. I did have to plant them a touch deeper as the toads had messed up the stems and they was growing all crooked and twisted.
Generally I plant annuals at depth the seedlings are and perennials down deeper as long as they don't have a crown. Anybody else do that or do you bury your annuals down too?
I'm curious. What plant are you most looking forward to seeing this year?
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