Zinnias before Irene gets them

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  1. Donna S

    Donna S Hardy Maple

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  3. eileen

    eileen Resident Taxonomist Staff Member Moderator Plants Contributor

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    It's not much consolation I know but at least you now have a photograph of them to remind you how beautiful they are. Hopefully Irene will leave them, and you, alone.
     
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    You'll be able to grow more next year. Just as long as YOU are safe, thats what matters most. Be careful and stay safe.
     
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    cherylad Countess of Cute-ification Plants Contributor

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    They are gorgeous... and ditto to what Carolyn said.
     



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    stratsmom Flower Fanatic

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    Ditto Ditto what the girls said! :p
     
  7. Bernieh

    Bernieh In Flower

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    Having come through a Category 5 cyclone earlier this year ... that's the highest rating for a cyclone which is what we call hurricanes here ... I can say that though you may lose some of your favourite plants, there's always next year. Better that you and yours, and your home stays safe and sound!
     
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    Lovely Zinnias...one of my favorites. Hope you survived with little effect.
     

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