Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Native son, Jul 8, 2014.
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19 days and counting.
They're growing like mad Lamar...looking great.
OK Lamar, It's time to fill the pool w/soil. C'mon, you know you want to do it.
Wow, don't have 19 days of rain, but more than enough to keep the plants happy. You keep feeding your crotons the Harrells's and your gonna have a tall monster croton jungle on your hands.
21 days a little over 1/2 inch today. Very sandy sub soil here as the lots where filled after the sea walls were installed. I am always amazed when planting at the pure clean material. The mulch holds some the rest just gets absorbed or runs down two houses to the main drain that dumps into the drain and out to the canal.
When I started counting we have 41 out of 45 rain days, one of which measured 3 inches. I don't know how to place the photos together, I hope you can see the first pic several days ago.
Looking at the drops.
I rarely ever complain about too much rain, and I'm certainly not now. It does interfere with running a plant nursery that's for sure. But soon enough it will start decreasing to the point where we'll be wishing we had some. Lol. Plants look great Lamar.
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