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Your seedlings look just great. Hope they will adjust to xeriscape gardening. CBC has been having a series on the terrible drought in Australia. Apparently people are having showers in tin tubs in the shower stalls, in order to use saved water in their gardens. Your farmers must be having an awful time. Would be interseted to see what other lilies/iris you grow.
Can you tell I love to see other people's gaden pix.
Hi inanda, thanks for your interest.
Yes, the seedlings look really healthy, which pleases me a lot!
And, the drought here, well..it's always in drought now.
We have water restrictions in place,
and hand watering gardens is prohibited.
The farmers are doing it tough for sure,
and people everywhere are recycling water from showers,
and washing for the garden. I do too, and i'm on the Coast,
were we at least get regular rainfall.
The global warming thing is predicted to make Australia
hotter and drier..which is the last thing we need.
but as always, we make do!
I am a fan of bulbs,
and you can see some of my plants, and artwork..
at my Flickr pages..