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ianperry wrote:
Hi all. It is hot and dry here today again. I took some of my plants for a walk today and they seem to have had less energy than me as they stayed up the back.Well if they like it there they can stay there. Well I have a bit more space in the pool area now, but before filling it again I have to watch the ones up the back. I think most will be happy there til a branch comes down on them. I also cleaned a lot of plants and found an excavator in my seedlings After digging out 4 the Rhino beetle decided to dig a new home for itself. I evicted it and told it to go away. It did and I hope it stays away from my seedlings.I tooksome fresh piccies of my work.
Have a good one
Piccies from up behind my bush house

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