Friday, 6 June 2014

A Cold One for June

Thursday improved as the day went on, so after a dull start with drizzle in the air, it brightened up considerably by the afternoon. It was a little bit breezy but that should help to dry out the soil ready for planting out our runner beans.

Overnight into Friday the temperature fell to a low of 5.2°C the lowest June temperature I've recorded since 12 June 2011 when it fell to 4.7°C.
The clear skies overnight and into Friday morning have resulted a bright sunny start to Friday. Our osteospermums are putting on a stunning display in the greenhouse in their pots around our fig trees.
They should really be outside now but they fully deserve their spot in the greenhouse whilst they continue to put on a display like this.


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