Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Bullwinkle, Oct 17, 2011.
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Okeechobee should benefit.My plants dont need anymore water right now,but I guess
I will take it.
Moose Land is on relatively high ground (17 1/2 ft. above sea level) for Miami-Dade County. It also sits on a rocky ridge that drains away standing water. All this steady light rain - my plants are loving it!
No rain up here in over a week so we'll take it. What I won't like is the mid 50's forecast for Thursday and Friday mornings.
Mushrooms, mushrooms and more mushrooms at the Moose Land
Almost 9 inches here at my house in 3 days.I have already emptied the pool once and I will have to empty again as soon as rain stops.
only 1.5" in the south Pinellas desert - as the cold front is moving in....
Glad to see you back Phil,1.5 ins is still not too bad,we are drenched here,should be clearing up by tomorrow.
looks like the same over here...the pond is really full.
I wish i had planted this new amazon palm that actually survives being underwater for months
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