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Monday, July 23, 2018

Trashed

20 minutes of torrential rain, wind and hail is all it took to completely trash all my plants.  They were so full of flowers that none of the greenery was visible.  Not any more.  They looked a lot better in my previous post of June 18th and they weren't completely filled out at that time.  The poppies in my last post-gone.

  









It will probably take me all day tomorrow to clean up and dead head them all,  Hopefully they have time to come back.๐Ÿ˜ข

8 comments:

  1. That's such a shame. I do hope they pick up again. X

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  2. How sad, I am sure they will bounce back particularly after a good soaking of rain.

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  3. The rain will have given them some much needed nutrition. Don't fret they'll come back much better, I'm sure.

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  4. Oh that's a shame but as others have said I'm sure they'll blossom even more after having a good drink.

    Sorry to read you're still struggling with shingles. It must feel like you'll never be back to normal again. At least the pills are being reduced even if it is just one a day you poor thing. xx

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  5. We had storms not too long ago that flattened one of our corn patches. 6 foot tall stalks bent to about 2 foot high. I could not believe how quickly they recovered. Nature is a miraculous thing.

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  6. Hail? Oh my. I think your plants may recover with your TLC.

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  7. When I saw the hail stones, I thought right away that you were in Alberta. You guys are really getting hit this year!

    God bless.

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  8. How sad.....

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