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February 2, 2014 12:20 AM

Harsh winter weather creates sad state of affairs in Lowcountry gardens

After the wind died, I bundled up and cautiously stepped outside. I made my way around a potted geranium plant that looks like an elephant sat on it and proceeded to my collection of Lowcountry flowering winter plants. My favorite is of the variety Diascia; there are two, and they are dead.

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