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Xeria e-Zine
October 01, 2022

The end of summer is now. Fall is in the air, but you may still have a short window of activity in the garden.

October 1 2022

There are a few tips in the e-book on how to approach the tricky business of bringing your plants in for the winter. The schedule of how to do it varies depending on where you live, and also what the weather forecast looks like. If the meteorologist on the news says that frost is in the forecast, it's time to move quickly. Buy the Winterizing Succulents e-Book and learn how to successfully keep your plants indoors for the winter.
If you still have questions or you just want to chat, you know what to do - simply reply to this email and ask me, or contact me (there's a link at the bottom of every page, in the footer, to the contact page.
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I hope you've enjoyed this issue of Xeria e-Zine! Any questions or suggestions are welcome. Don't forget, the Horticulturist is always in.

Happy Gardening,

Jacki Cammidge, Certified Horticulturist, Webmaster and Artisan

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