Monday, June 27


We are still in desperate need of some real rain. The situation is being made worse as the warm, sunny weather accompanied by very breezy conditions soon dry out whatever moisture we can deliver to our plants. The grass is beginning to turn yellow and the cracks in an uncultivated bed are widening.

In the garden plants in the pebble gardens are dying.

On Saturday, Yorkshire was forecast to have heavy rain and thunderstorms. Yorkshire is a large county and maybe some parts of it had heavy rain, but not our area.

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Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments author S Garrett


  1. Qui al sud delle Alpi stiamo vivendo situazioni simili ma nella vicina Italia la siccità è devastante. Sapere che anche in Inghilterra cominciate a vivere situazioni simili mi spaventa davvero!!

    Spero che arrivi la pioggia benefica e che non faccia danni :)

    Buona estate!

    1. La nostra siccità sembra essere più o meno confinata in un piccolo pezzo d'Inghilterra, Gabriel. Alcune zone sembrano avere più pioggia. In inverno il nostro terreno è stato dissodato. Grazie per il commento


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