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was out in the garden yesterday afternoon. The garlic chives were busting out of the little pot I had them in, so I repotted into a massive one. It is stressful for them to be repotted but we made it and now I have to water and nourish until it grows back up big again. The storm came in just as I was trying to top up the soil it was a nice afternoon.

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Comment by Vanessa Collier on August 15, 2009 at 17:36
Haha, I never get round to repotting things in time either. The storm was a bit of a disappointment where I am (Acacia Ridge), only the smallest amount of rain and a bit of lightning to go with it.

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