Thursday, 13 June 2013

Winds of Change

Since the beginning of the month the predominant wind direction has been easterly. On Wednesday that changed with the wind moving back into a westerly. 

The sunshine disappeared but so too did the rather chilly overnight temperatures which mean that although we didn't have the highest monthly temperature we did have the highest daily average temperature of the month at 16.6°C. Surprisingly for such a rather nondescript sort of a day that’s the highest average daily temperature this year.

I potted on our two jostaberry cuttings which had accidentally grown on the plot when one branch came into contact with the soil producing some very nice rooted plants. 
These are both destined to be given away to good homes this week. I've a couple of smaller cuttings still to pot up but these will need to be grown on for a while to produce good plants.

Original post from A Gardener's Weather Diary author M Garrett


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