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Beautiful scrapy 🙂 🙂
Thank you, my own few flowers.
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Even better 🙂 🙂
Dis pragtig Ineke!!
Dankie, meeste uit my eie tuin. Net eerste magrietjies nie.
Dis lekker om blomme in jou tuin te kan he
Ek sukkel met die droogte en warmte. Het nou net n klein stukkie en paar bakke wat ek aan die gang hou.
Dis maar die beste so. My tuin het so verander in die laaste 5 jaar agv die weertoestande hier. Wat nou hier is, is droogtebestand.
SElfs die grasperke vrêk op oomblikwant ons mag nie sproeiers gebruik en net elke tweede dag water gee.
Ons is n rukkie gelede deur so n droogte.
Stunning flowers today! Love the vibrant Osteospermums and the Gazania. They really add colour to a summer garden.
Thanks, all from my garden.
You must have a lovely garden.
Only a small bed and some pots. It’s dry here and hot at the moment.
Pretty pretty yellow. It makes us smile!
We are going into autumn, no daffodils yet. Good for the northern hemisphere. Yellow makes us smile, sunny colour.
Bring Autumn on. Although I have to admit we have had a really cool summer by the standards of the last few years. What about over your way?
We also didn’t have much summer. The last week and a half the days were real scorchers. It’s also very, very dry. You won’t believe it when you see the usually green fields are totally brown and dried out. Don’t know where farmers are going to get food for their animals in the coming winter.
That sounds dreadful for NZ. Is it dry across the whole continent? We have actually had a wet season here. Strange times.
The problem is that places that needed rain the most didn’t get any. Auckland had at one stage nearly empty dams. The tings is also there are many people more than the dams can provide water for. Same here the Twin Lakes has not enough water. The started planning for a third dam but it’s on hold at this stage. People also don’t keep to the water restriction rules. They use water as if there is no shortage.
Oh dear. So they are not used to water restrictions yet. More education must be needed.
They just ignore it. On Sunday was my water turn but n lady across the road was watering at five in the afternoon while the time is from 7 to 9 pm. I asked her if she knew there is water restriction. Answer: Yes I know but I want to keep the plants alive.” Told her but… she also mentioned she comes from Australia and what ever. I kept say: It’s not your turn. Some clever people think they are better than others. Makes me very angry. I usually leaf it but this time was just to much.
There is no accounting for idiots. Darn Aussies!
We cannot control what selfish people do. But it is a shame they spoil it for others. Being Australian she should know better.
It’s not only an Aus thing there are always people whole spoil things by just doing as they want it.
Indeed, Ineke. They spoil it for the rest who comply with what’s best for the whole community.
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