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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Not Yet

Frost advisory was issued for early this morning, but it is 40 degrees and all still looks good in the garden.


7 comments:

  1. It looks very pretty in the garden - glad it did not freeze! We are extremely warm for this time of year.

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  2. Your large grouping looks very pretty! Also, I like the leaf scans. They are simple (i mean not cluttered) and very pretty! I will have to try that one day. It looks like it would be fun to do.

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  3. My thermometer hit 33 this morning. We picked a ripe watermelon yesterday, about 12 tomatos and my boys picked a handful of red hot peppers. .which means all the good green ones are still out there. I hope to get the rest of it inside after work today--they forecast 29 for tonight! I will mourn the loss of the beautiful annuals blooming right now!

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  4. ~Mildred
    We've been spoiled with the warm weather here. We'll see what tonight brings.

    ~Amy
    Thank you. I put all the containers together in hopes they'll provide a little protection for each other on the patio.
    The scanning is so fun. Try it!

    ~Melanie
    You're still getting a nice harvest too. Tonight may be the night for a freeze here. We'll see.

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  5. Our predicted low for tonight went from 28 to 33, now back to 28. I got most of my peppers across the street picked, along with some green tomatoes. I forgot to pick the ones in my home garden. Most of those are hot ones.

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  6. Maybe it was for over here; we've got loads of frost!

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  7. Your plants look so lovely for this time of year! We have a frost warning for tonight, too. I'm going to try to save a few special annuals, but everything else is going to have to fend for itself.

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