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! For some reason I thought you were in Holland but these look positively
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Mary Fisher wrote:

! For some reason I thought you were in Holland but these look
positively tropical!


LOL I live in Australia, in the sub tropics.



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! For some reason I thought you were in Holland but these look
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LOL I live in Australia, in the sub tropics.


I wonder why I thought that - is/was there someone else from Holland?

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On Tue, 02 Oct 2007 10:23:23 -0500, Sj wrote:

Nice pics of your home & garden ... the fern
skeletons are pretty interesting too ... thanks
for everything you post

Sj

I will second all of that.
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Does it rain there a lot? :-)
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Sj wrote:
Nice pics of your home & garden ... the fern
skeletons are pretty interesting too ... thanks
for everything you post

Thanks Sj.



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joevan wrote:
Nice pics of your home & garden ... the fern
skeletons are pretty interesting too ... thanks
for everything you post

Sj

I will second all of that.


Thank you Joevan.



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Omelet wrote:

Does it rain there a lot? :-)


Not anymore, we used to have a high rainfall, but these days it's very dry.
I do have my own bore, which keeps my plants alive in the meantime.


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Very lush, Barbara, in spite of the dry conditions. It looks heavenly.

You are just heading into spring, now, but it probably never gets very
cold there, I'd guess.

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Dave Moorman wrote:
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Very lush, Barbara, in spite of the dry conditions. It looks
heavenly.


Thanks Dave, I have a bore so can keep my plants alive, though it damages
the foliage of delicate plants. :-)



You are just heading into spring, now, but it probably never gets very
cold there, I'd guess.


Depends on what you call cold. :-) Anything under 20 C is cold to me. :-D
We did have a very cold snap this past winter, set records in some areas, I
think it got down to 2 C in our area, thankfully it was only a day or two.


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Dave Moorman wrote:
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"Marutchi" BarbaraH*REMOVE wrote:

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Very lush, Barbara, in spite of the dry conditions. It looks
heavenly.


Thanks Dave, I have a bore so can keep my plants alive, though it damages
the foliage of delicate plants. :-)



You are just heading into spring, now, but it probably never gets very
cold there, I'd guess.


Depends on what you call cold. :-) Anything under 20 C is cold to me. :-D
We did have a very cold snap this past winter, set records in some areas, I
think it got down to 2 C in our area, thankfully it was only a day or two.


We can go a month or so without going above 0 C, so it's definitely
different. (Near the southern end of Lake Michigan, US Midwest) We
always appreciate southern folks who post summery pictures - helps us
get through winter.
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joevan wrote in
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On Tue, 02 Oct 2007 10:23:23 -0500, Sj wrote:

Nice pics of your home & garden ... the fern
skeletons are pretty interesting too ... thanks
for everything you post

Sj

I will second all of that.
joevan


Me too! Lovely garden! Just heaven.
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FragileWarrior wrote:


Me too! Lovely garden! Just heaven.


We like it too. :-)




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