How is your garden after the flood?

tinylady(07 NJ)May 1, 2007

My back flower beds were under water, which is not bad for some of my hostas and ferns because they love that. But my ground is still soaked. I am hoping it does not hurt my other plants including my clematis.

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alisonn

What a mess! Mine is dry, but huge amounts of shale were washed down the hillside into the garden area. The wood chip mulch, instead of being evenly distributed, is laying in big, individual piles.

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