So hear we go, the latest TUSAL update from me.
As I didn't get to take my photo until today, and the sun was shining for a very brief time through the black clouds after a wet, thundery night, I thought that maybe I would take the photo outside today, and of course "Spring has also sprung" so what a better way to celebrate Spring than a photo with the Nasturtiums!
|TUSAL Update - New Moon 29 August 2011|
Daisy and the ORt's Jar
|The Never-Fail Nastartium patch - |
dies off every summer and comes back every winter.
This is the best they have ever been... all that lovely rain!!
The heavy rain did unfortunately batter my beautiful pansy pots around, but they will perk back up again soon (I hope).
|One of the pansy pots after last night's rain looking very bedraggled!|
Oh, and there is a geranium in that pot somewhere.....
If you look closely enough you can actually see the rings of where the water came up to. It is now receeding and will probably be gone by tomorrow. It takes quite a signifcant amount of rainfall for there to be this much water in the park - all very good news for our dams and catchment areas.
|"Lake" in the park at the end of the street|
|Looking across the "lake"|
For more info on the TUSAL pop over to Daffycat's blog.