Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Wordless Wednesday... And then it rained!

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  1. What a shame. I guess you had heavy rain. It hasn't reached us yet!

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  2. This summer really isn't turning out quite right for you, is it?! I wish I could send you some of our sunshine and heat. We've an oversupply of the latter right now.

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  3. I would take some of your rain if I could. My area is now headed into an extended heat wave, and we've only had a total of about an inch of rain during the past month. Every year is different, which makes gardening even more challenging. I will pray for a slow-down in precip for you and an increase for me!

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  4. I hope the forecast thunder storms have not been too severe with you.

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  5. It's so sad Angie. We have no summer this year at all. I put the plastic on rose heads to protect them off the rain.Wish you some sunny days!

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  6. Oh no :( Looks like they were just beautiful until...!

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  7. Oh my dear, I would like to cry!
    In Germany we also have no summer this year.
    All the best for you and your garden.
    Edith

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  8. Those were beautiful roses. It got destroyed in rain? I'm so sorry. That's not good. Either too much rain (your place) or too much heat and no rain (my place) driving us gardeners crazy.

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  9. Those were beautiful roses. It got destroyed in rain? I'm so sorry. That's not good. Either too much rain (your place) or too much heat and no rain (my place) driving us gardeners crazy.

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  10. You had rain? Everything here is dried to a crisp.

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  11. Aaaaagh! :( Same job needs doing here.

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