Snowdrops and Eranthis and a Broken Wrist

Joey Russell rjrussell@cot.net
Wed, 18 Mar 2015 20:06:44 PDT
Dear Judy,
So sorry to hear about your fall and at the beginning of gardening season 
too.  I learn so much from all of you who contribute to this list.  It has 
become a joy to read about every ones gardens.  I especially like the 
climate zone conversations and too know that the bulbs flower in each zone 
when the conditions are right.  So while my snowdrops are now producing seed 
pods, others are still under snow!
Take care of your wrist!  Hope it heals soon and well!
Joey Russell
zone 7 for sure this year!
No. CA 45 mi. south of the Oregon border!
-----Original Message----- 
From: Ernie DeMarie via pbs
Sent: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 4:32 PM
To: pbs@lists.ibiblio.org
Cc: pelarg@aol.com
Subject: Re: [pbs] Snowdrops and Eranthis and a Broken Wrist

Hi Judy,
So sorry that you had a bad fall like that, I hope your wrist and cheek heal 
quickly.   Only see eranthus here, the snowdrops at home are still covered 
in snow and more may come on Friday (I really hope NOT).  I dont even see 
the reticulate irises yet, this is a very late season indeed.
Ernie DeMarie
In a cold Briarcliff NY where snow is receding but still on the ground and a 
cold night awaits.


Z7 but not this year








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