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I think I'm melting

Category: Garden projects | Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:59 pm

As far as I know we havent seen rain in atleast 2 months (enough to drip off roof anyway). Everything is drying up and going away. Hopefully I can keep the roots alive anyway...we will see. Most of the herbs have given up ... have no flowers this summer except the moss rose.I know this to will pass but I give. We have been blessed that we havent lost any chickens or rabbits I know several people that have. Well enough whining just wanted to touch base with everyone. Guess when it does cool off I will replant and go again. Hey this is a good time to rethink,revamp, and redo my beds....right? Got to be postive about something here... lol

p.s. official 39 days over 100 they say we will easily break the record


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eileen wrote on Tue Aug 09, 2011 9:30 pm:


I'm beginning to think that living here in Scotland in the UK isn't so bad. We have a few days of hot weather but we know the rain will never be more than a week away. I hope the temperatures drop enough for you to redo your garden soon. Until then try to keep as cool as possible.




 

toni wrote on Tue Aug 09, 2011 10:19 pm:


We will break the record of 42 days and add quite a few more to the total.

I figure that since there is not even a hint of rain in the forecast this month and into September so around the end of Aug. I am going to cut the suffering plants down to the ground and give them a chance to save their roots. If none of them come back next spring I think I will just plow up the area and plant rocks. :)





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