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Friday, September 22, 2017

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Lisa at Greenbow

These 90 degree days are hard to take this time of year. The only good thing is that the sun goes down sooner to relieve plants and people. A lot of work going on here too, even though it was 94 yesterday. UGH... You can tell it is autumn due to the long shadows. You look like you are ready to work outside with your hat on.

Linda Brazill

By the time I walked around looking at all the things that need attention, I was too hot to do anything but go back inside. We had about half an inch of rain Wed. night but it is so dry it is hard to do much.

Beth @ PlantPostings

This is the weirdest S. Wisconsin growing season I can remember. I don't mind the heat, but it's strange and it doesn't seem right. I've been watering and deadheading, but waiting for slightly cooler days to do the strenuous stuff. ;-)

Linda Brazill

I was looking forward to it being in the 70s and maybe hitting 80 in Sept., but this is nuts. Can't do anything but water.

Frank

I feel the same about the weather. I don't want to do anything outside and even if I did the gnats would drive me insane. If the pool were open I wouldn't halfway mind but without... it's no fun sweating without some fun coming out of it! (I hold similar views towards exercise in general)

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