I agree. Everything is looking mighty fine there. I just hope none of you get the kind of weather like we got last night after you get your plants up and spreading out. We had winds over 50 miles per hour and fierce lightning with some scattered hail around in places. This morning I picked up large limbs that were 10- 15 feet long and 3-4 inches in diameter The heavy rain and wind just twisted and beat the young tender plants to shreds. Every plant that I had over 6 inches tall was laying on the ground and I worked for several hours to get things back to some kind of normal. More on the way in a few hours. Oh well, no body said it was going to be easy. It's Mother Nature and you take what you get and make the best of it. Good luck tonight fellows.
Thanks fellas, Im glad to see how its shaping up so far myself.
We didn't get many bad storms here, Hugh. A little wind and a lot of rain but nothing to lay them down. I hope it didn't hurt yours too bad.
Yesterday, I checked my \"piedmont patch\" which is behind my home in the treeline at the end of my yard. this was poo soil, and I put some lime down, and and gypsum, sprayed it a bit with my nutrigrow solution... however the soil was so beat there that I didn't have much hope for it.
Last year's sang back there was far less than the years before, and it died 3/4 the way thru the season. We had a very very wet summer here, and I figured that it had fallen to too much wet.
No sign of anything a month ago, when I looked.
Last night, I checked it again, and was pleased to fine several [translate=many] patches of sang in there. Perhaps at least 8 individual patches with around 20 plants in them! yea! I'll post photos of them tonight when I get home.