Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by sick1166, Dec 6, 2010.
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now a punch to the gut.
A punch alright. If this turns out as bad as last years cold, I'm done with the tropical stuff for good. This year I'm not going to cover any of the stuff.
nope, im letting it go, what happens, happens and thats it!!!!
Potted Crotons pulled in from the cold look nice poolside.
Good luck you guys up there in central and northwest Florida. I had 34 early this morning!
But Scott, your crotns around the pool look great!!! What a nice look!
I empathize with both of you of your frustrations.
34 degrees -Yikes!!!!!!!! Was 'only' 43F here at the south end of St. Pete. Brought a few rare ones and specimen plants in for the night; everyone else is on their own. I just click on the Cleveland forecast when I want to feel better or think of ' lake effect snow.'
Escaped this one with a low of 33f with frost noticed on roofs and cars only. No plant damage noticed,not even on Bananas. Next week looks bad.
Scott, at least for today, the bad stuff is on hold. Standby however as it's only the second week of December.
What a difference a bay makes...
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