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Dry garden after the storm

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3 minutes ago, Peter said:









:greenthumb:   How much rain did you end up getting?

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4 hours ago, Peter said:



I love seeing all the Aloes in bloom Peter.  Which species is the one I selected above?  It reminds me a bit of Aloe africana but is different in bloom color and other details than the one I have and am familiar with.

That 13" is amazing.  What is the annual average where you are?  I know it must be higher than down here either where I live in Leucadia or down in Chula Vista, where I track it for work.  That would be about 130% of the annual average rainfall at my business in Chula Vista.

33.0782 North -117.305 West  at 72 feet elevation

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@Tracy-that's Erik the Red. And not sure what our average is, but last year we ended up with almost 50", including 5" in that freak August storm, which was crazy.

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San Fernando Valley, California

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