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Hurricane Earl!

Post  alijoefam5 on 8/27/2010, 3:35 pm

Ok guys within the coastal areas! just thinking what if a tropical storm or Hurricane comes what do we do with our SFG's? Cry?

love to hear your thoughts!



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Re: Hurricane Earl!

Post  elliephant on 8/27/2010, 3:41 pm

Well, Alex turned south of us, so it wasn't a direct hit, but still a pretty good deal of rain/wind and my garden did just fine. I think it helped that my trellised plants were all up against a fence, though.

All I did to prepare was to put anything that might fly around the backyard into the garage and made sure my trellises (and the plants on them) were as secure as I could make them.

The good thing is that you can always replant, right?


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Re: Hurricane Earl!

Post  Garden Angel on 8/27/2010, 5:53 pm

I'm hoping all is ok for you and yeah you could replant, I'm thinking the boxes themselves are some sort of protection? the elements can't keep us down!
We need a little humor here, Well, Good Grief Charlie Brown! only a real blockhead would garden in this kind of weather ! I guess that just about sums it up, the resillience of the SGF'er. From one blockhead to another , my hats off to you !
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