We had a bad one ripped through last night. *Joe & Joe did you sustain any damage? *I thought our 80 foot tree was going to go, but between the surrounding trees and the house sheilding it, it survived one my time. *My green house did not fair so well. *Mother Nature proved once again that no matter how well protected, she is boss. *The greenhouse stood fine (sheilded on three sides), but must of did a lot of flexing. *I kept some seedlings and my pygmies on the center, ost protected shelf. *It was the only shelf taken out. *First went the pygmies (the heavist of my trays) followed by a tray of seedlings (over 200) and finally my drosophyllum.
I went out this morning and my husband met me in the back. *He said that I needed to check the greenhouse because there were plants everywhere. *It was somewhat of an over-statement, thank goodness, but it did look bad.
I cleaned up the pygmies and now it is a waiting game to see if it will all survive. *I think for the most part I will be alright as for as the pygmies go.
With the seed tray, well I will not be sending out pings in the near future. *Pryo, if you have anymore indica I would be glad to send an SASE or trade. *The sarrs are fine. I actually came out fairly well.
If anyone has any drosophyllum seeds please PM or email. *I needsome and will work something out with you.
Watch out Easterners. *Hopefully this one blows itself out. *80 MPH winds and golf ball size hail!