ZoneTenNut Posted May 18, 2007 Author Report Share Posted May 18, 2007 (SunnyFl @ May 18 2007,09:27)QUOTE (Ray @ Tampa,May 17 2007,15:58)QUOTELots of bark but no bite here today. It almost rained. The only rain we got this week was a miserly sprinkle on Monday. Nothing since. And NOAA-radio yesterday said this week was our best chance for rain - a chance for a th-storm today, followed by drier conditions. The few plants that are thriving are a couple of bougainvilleas and the plumbago - and my dear R. glauca. I am struggling to keep my garden alive. Looking at my poor roebeleniis and spindle, I think I'm losing the battle. Ray, Same down here. I had one good rain and then all the rest have been all bark no bite. However, there are some rain clouds developing, so keeping my fingers crossed. Sunny, Struggling to keep things alive as well. With the higher tmeps, there is just no way to keep everything up with the restrictions and without regular rain. Roger Royal Palm Beach, FL. USDA Zone 10A/10B Subtropical 26.7 degrees N. latitude 10 miles West of West Palm Beach and the ocean Avg. yearly rainfall 58 inches :cool: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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