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Re:Tx Storm

Yep and last week we had quite a bit too.  Then got  another 5 inches Tues. 
and another 6 yesterday.  The ground is just so  absolutely saturated with 
water, the bayous so full, that it just has no where  to go.  Heard yesterday that 
there is also a River flood warning.  At  least today we are down to a 30% 
chance.  It's been raining all morning  though (no storms though) so haven't 
been able to let the dogs out.  I'm  really surprised how well the plants are 
doing despite all the rains, showing  signs of chlorosis, but all in all not bad. 
 The plants that need less  water are in raised areas, and those that 
tolerate a lot are lower, all doing  fine.  Thank goodness for that......so far.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 7/26/2006 11:02:17 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

No  kidding.  And didn't y'all get about 20 inches in one week about a  month

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