Friday, January 26, 2018

Warm Week

Here's week 35 of my temperature-based year quilt (not actually stitched together yet):
A lot of warm colours, because there were a lot of warm days:

26/01/2018    31.3    red
25/01/2018    31.4    red
24/01/2018    27.0    orange
23/01/2018    26.9    orange
22/01/2018    29.8    orange
21/01/2018    35.1    magenta
20/01/2018    28.0    orange

It has also been very dry. The garden is looking parched. Late this afternoon a thunderstorm brought some quenching relief, although not all the rain ended up in the tank:

A little happy spot in my garden:
The zinnia plants which grew from the seeds that germinated back in November are just starting to flower.

Linked to Sarah's Weekly Weather Report.

9 comments:

  1. Quite a downpour, it has just reached here making my garden happy too. Fantastic zinnia photo.

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  2. Oh what an unusual zinnia color--very pretty...your hexies are so lovely together...hugs, Julierose

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  3. Very consistant temperatures this week .HOT Sydney has been the same bbut no rain for the garden here.

    Lake Ringo looks great. Well done on a timely finish.

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  4. Please send a bit warm weather to us. Just now we're snowing down.

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  5. Perhaps buckets may be needed on the outside of the tank to catch the overflow. I placed 4 outside in the open and they were half filled this morning. Enough to water my hanging pots.

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  6. Lucky you getting some rain, its just been relentless heat here! Hope the tank managed to get something in it. But blessing for the garden all around I am sure.

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  7. Oh I hope thats an overflowing tank not a slipped pipe...
    Gorgeous Zinnia..

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  8. Such happy, warm colors in your rosette for yet another hot, hot week. Thankfully you got the rain even tho it was a gully-washer - they always are when you are desperate for rain. Love the zinnia!

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