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Rain Rain Rain
Topic Started: May 4 2009, 04:29 AM (445 Views)
Natureschild
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Ok, I can't complain too much about rain after the 2 yr drought, but it's getting pretty soggy around here. It's rained all day for the last 3 days. The grass is growing too fast! I need some dry days to cut the grass before it gets too high.
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April
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I know exactly how you feel, Dennie. My yard is literally flooding. The plants love it though. I have a lilly near the mailbox that's more than thriving.
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Natureschild
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Oh yeah! The gardens are looking good this year! The best fertilizer for daylilies is rain and they look great! If it ever stops raining I'll get a pic of the early daylilies. They are blooming now.
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MandMrabbitry
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you guys can send the rain this way. we were supposed to get it for the last 3 days but all of a sudden the winds chaged and it went the other way :(
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busyb
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My back yard needs cut bad. My veggie garden loves the rain. Can't wait until I get fresh squash and tomatoes.
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eeplants
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Me too, i just do not like frequent rain as it ruins my garden and my crops, especially the flowers
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