RE: [gardeners] Weather report

Jane Burdekin (
Fri, 17 Nov 2000 07:41:24 -0700

We are getting really excited here to get up to 30 F degrees at mid day...
It has been 10 degrees every morning here for over a week...snow on the
ground... forcast for Thanksgiving up to 60F... FWIW

A change in the weather here in Delaware too -- 30 degrees this morning, our
first freeze.


> I think I can honestly say that the drought in SW Louisiana has broken. We
> getting rain since yesterday and it has been falling steadily all of that
> The ground is finally getting saturated enough that there is some runoff
and I
> have reports that the freshwater marshes are beginning to fill again. It's
> actually been raining here, off and on, for about a week now and we are
glad to
> see it.
> Our cabbages are heading up nicely, the radishes are still producing, the
> is about 6 inches tall, the carrots are still feathery but doing well, the
> spinach is spreading, the kohlrabi and Florence fennel are doing well, and
> onions have gone mad. I start picking some tomorrow and they've only been
in the
> ground about a month. Bunching onions are over a foot tall and there are
> to five onions in each bunch where only one start was planted.
> The tender plants are in the greenhouse and I'm starting to itch to plant
> spring seeds in the pots but must force myself to wait until January 15th.
> Life is indeed good.
> George