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Hello Sue, have seen the weather forecast for tomorrow and you are due another storm, your plants get flattened and washed out but we gardeners are optimists so keep planning for the next month or year.Never lose heart is the way to go, my garden has had two days of the big clean up and at the moment looks very squared away. We are told we are due some fine weather so I will start filling pots again, even sow some seed, we can get a few more salad items up and running before the Autumn.My granddaughter was here for tea and had her photo taken with her Sun Flower, the class sowed them and it came to me for recuperation it is now taller than her, she will take the photo in to school tomorrow and boast, she did say she will tell them granddad did it?
Sue Higham wrote (see)
... My strawberries are still green. .
I've had some strawberries (in the Midlands) which have been green for literally weeks. We've had just half-a-dozen hours of sunshine here, in the past two days, and they've rippened! So don't give up hope.
Yes, we need some sunshine down here in Cornwall too. I love chatting about gardens and gardening so will be a regular visitor to Talkback