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March 17, 2010


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That's interesting about the opuntia. Mine have never done that in winter---perhaps it doesn't get cold enough here---but I've seen them lying crumpled in more-northern garden bloggers' gardens. A good survival mechanism.

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Cacti have checklists to deal with for winter. I guess they will absorb and store as much for hot summer. ~bangchik

Cindy, MCOK

Martha, I'm seeing tiny leaves on my Mexican Lime but it's not as far along as yours. I need to get out there and prune the dead tips next week. The Pomegranate leaves are just beautiful ... every time I see one I tell myself I should find a place for it in my garden. I just had an idea about that as I typed! Hey, thanks!

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