Monthly Archive for January, 2009

Brrrr….

After four days with the temperature in the forties it’s dropped to 25 outside at 8.30 PM, and it almost feels cold! Even drought resistant native plants are feeling the strain, the eucs are shedding leaves by the barrow load and leaves on shrubs are shrivelling. There’s been no rain for over a month, well, […]

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It’s getting hot.

With four days of extreme heat forecast one of my first jobs today was to cover the tomatoes to stop the fruit being sun scorched. The next four days are supposed to hover around the forty degree mark before we get a weak change. Yesterday wasn’t too hot so I took the opportunity to get […]

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