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Thursday, June 14, 2007

Drought in Western North Carolina: Some Potted Plant Tips

Year to date rainfall in Western North Carolina is a little over 12 inches, it should be a little more than 24. Stream flows are at 40% or so of their 80 year averages.

It happens in summertime, with more hours of leisure that perhaps one's plants could be forgotten. In dry weather, the consequences of this are greater than in years of normal rainfall. Below is quick little video tip to make that water go a little longer in your outdoor potted plants, though some people tell me this claim is bogus. Decide for yourself.
The "embed" feature of this video is dysfunctional, Click the link to view in a new window.

You can view the entire series of gardening tips here.

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Tom Ploski
Black Bear Realty Website
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