Discussion in 'THE CROTON SOCIETY' started by Bullwinkle, Jan 16, 2016.
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Looking great! getting ready for a a blast of cold (but not freezing air) tomorrow...
Good stuff Mike! Thanks for posting these pics.
Nice Mike You know I can't remember my name so help me out. Plzzzz
Bad news here this am,garden took a beating from a squall line that past through this am.Many tree limbs down and my prized pair of bananas down .Many crotons in need of leaves
Wow Mike that is nasty we had three palm fronds down its like we live miles apart not yards. Bad luck with the nanners!!!!
Mike, so sorry to hear about your Ae Ae's. I'm sure they'll be back by summer, I hope. We've taken a beating with lots of branches and sticks down, but no major damage despite our many trees, thank goodness. Hope everyone is fine.
Your crotons you posted yesterday are gorgeous, by the way. Thanks for adding so much color to our forum! Lovely! Hope they're all ok.
Some nasty squalls here too overnight. Winds are still whipping. They closed the skyway a couple hrs ago. Some tremendous damage in manatee/sarasota counties. I came out blessed. May have to stake a few things. Mike tough loss on the ae ae nanner. Hopefully it comes back from the corm. Blast of cold the next couple of days for us west coasters. I'm seeing lows of 45. I don't plan on prepping & hope for quick daytime warm ups.
I just finished chopping the big Ae Ae up and standing back up the smaller one,Hopefully it will survive or send out some pups before it dies.I also stuck many broken crotons into the mist house.
Sorry to see the damage Mike. I know how much time and energy you put into your garden. I'm sure things will recover quickly.
Cleaned up this weekend and all is well again
Very nice Mike! Everything is looking great.
Like nothing ever happened!
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