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TrulyMadly wrote: »
Unsure sc but I know where you're coming from. I've never known our water butts to be so low. One more decent water and they are empty. A good opportunity to clean them out I know but there is no sign of rain on the horizon.
Does anyone on here use bath water for watering flowering plants? Do the chemicals in soap have any effect on them?
silvercar wrote: »
Put the min/max thermometer on my bedside table last night and it recorded 77.1-79.5! (25-26.4 in new money). That is with a bowl of ice cubes in the room.
Have avoided planting bedding plants so far this year as we were away for nearly 3 weeks; now I'm thinking there is no point until the weather breaks. I wonder when is too early for Winter Pansies??
Dizzy_Ditzy wrote: »
All bar one of my water butts are nearly empty :eek: Its not *too* bad on the allotments because there is water there but in my garden i have a lot of plants in pots like that are ericacious soil based and need rain water
I have visions of people using hosepipes to siphon bath water out to their gardens :rotfl:
Sarahdol75 wrote: »
Good morning everyone.
OMG, last night was the worst nights sleep in this heat I have ever had, even the dog was pacing/wobbling last night, I ended up taking him out at 1.30 just to try and cool down a bit, but it was still hot out at that time.
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