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Sunday, February 10, 2019

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Lisa at Greenbow

We had ice this morning. It has melted off the streets but the trees and shrubs still look like they have been waxed to a brilliant shine. I hope you don't get a lot of ice damage. That is terrifying. I heard something about a garden quake or some such. You must have had one.

rusty duck

My fingers are firmly crossed for you. It goes from bad to worse.

Kris P

Frost cracks! Yikes. I hope your power remains on and you've got enough in the cupboards to keep you well fed until warming temperatures bring a gentle melt.

Nell

I'd never heard of frost cracks, and am sort of afraid to learn more. Wishing you all the best, with no damage, through this icy blast.

Loree / danger garden

Ice is so destructive! I hope there’s no serious garden damage.

Erin

When I drove over to Madison this weekend I couldn't believe all the ice on the trees. Looks much more severe than we've had in our neck of the woods. And now more snow on the way. Sigh. These are hard months to be a gardener. Or a Wisconsinite.

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