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Wednesday, December 8, 2010
What a difference a couple weeks makes
I know there's a scientific explanation -- salts are concentrated in the
spaces between the cells, which in turn draws the water out of the
cells themselves, etc. . . But it's still seems amazing that soft
broad-leaved foliage can make it through the winter and reconstitute
itself when the temperature rises back up. The cyclamen photo on the right was taken yesterday.