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Wednesday, February 13

We love rain!




Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett

20 comments:

  1. I love moss, it's so tactile. Did you take these in the Dales?

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    1. Yes, Jo Good guess - at Horton in Ribblesdale.

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  2. Phew. For a minute I thought you meant YOU loved rain!

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    1. I thought the title may have caused some raised eyebrows Mark

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  3. I prefer it to snow which is coming down at the moment but a bit less than last year please! Lovely photos.

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    1. Snow here today too Damo but it doesn't look to be going to hang around long

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  4. I do love rain! But we have had quite enough now. Often in summer in our dry York climate I do a little dance of joy when after a dry spell it rains. As a nodiggardener I can rush out and plant!
    Oh by the way although I love your sphagnum moss, ironically I am doing a post tomorow on how to kill moss in lawns!

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    1. It was the moss that loves rain not me Roger. The mosses in the photo were growing in the right place.

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  5. The mossy rocks look a bit like a head of broccoli.

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    1. It goes Elaine - only a gardener would notice that :)

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  6. Made me want to stroke the photos... At least something is happy!

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    1. I did stroke the real thing Jamet

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  7. Lovely photos Sue, coincidentally I was looking at moss yesterday but my photos ended up in the Trash bin :}

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    1. I just take hundreds of photos Bilbo on the grounds that one will be OK.

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  8. I would love us to have rain....but sadly its keeping a wide berth. That moss would not be happy around here.

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    1. Why is it all or nothing as far as our climates go Liz?

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  9. Lovely photos, but I have had more than enough rain to last me for years!!

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    1. So have we Helene - but the moss loves it

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  10. I don't...but I appreciate that the moss needs it to look it's best!

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    1. Neither do I Tanya - not the amount we are having at the moment anyway!

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