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TauntonBlizzard2013

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About TauntonBlizzard2013

  • Birthday 03/02/1994

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    Taunton, MA

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  1. TauntonBlizzard2013

    August 2019 Discussion

    Figures. Missing a storm north right now... hear the thunder
  2. TauntonBlizzard2013

    August 2019 Discussion

    Can that line make it here?
  3. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    They were. I thought I did a decent job breaking up the roots so it would take though. I suppose anything is possible. The rose bushes are bigger, and actually fill in that space better right away than the azaleas, so I figured I’d just pull them instead of waiting to see if they came back next year.
  4. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    Both azaleas we’re down to sticks at this point. I was able to pull them out of the ground with 2 fingers. Looks like they never actually “took” to the soil... no evidence roots were advancing. Planted rose bushes there instead...hopefully those work out better
  5. TauntonBlizzard2013

    August 2019 Discussion

    Dry as far as the eye can see
  6. TauntonBlizzard2013

    August 2019 Discussion

    Bone dry here. Lawns really starting to fry
  7. TauntonBlizzard2013

    August 2019 Discussion

    Too far south here for any rain tonight?
  8. TauntonBlizzard2013

    August 2019 Discussion

    At 180 feet deep... I doubt that’s an issue.... but my lawn could use it. Some sprinkles today. Rain fail
  9. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    I plan on planting more grass and slice seeding first week of September. My other Azalea bush is now browning as well. I wonder if full sun is too much? Or a soil composition issue? When we bought the house the entire front yard was sand. I added about 4-6” of loam over the entire thing and planted what I did. So it’s 4-6” of loam a layer of sand... maybe 4-6” as well? And then more regular soil below that. Could that layer of sandy garbage be screwing with some plants? I figured the roots would take hold deeper than that
  10. TauntonBlizzard2013

    August 2019 Discussion

    Makes sense. Have had like 2 tenths of an inch in the last 3 weeks or so. Very dry here
  11. TauntonBlizzard2013

    August 2019 Discussion

    Home station down to 61 already here... can we crack upper 40s?
  12. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Wednesday, August 7, 2019 Severe Potential

    Meh.... .21” of rain here.... hardly a decent drink
  13. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Wednesday, August 7, 2019 Severe Potential

    Not a drop of rain here so far. Things are pretty crispy around here
  14. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Wednesday, August 7, 2019 Severe Potential

    Looks like we’re going to get porked here. We need the rain
  15. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    Can anyone tell me what the heck is going on here? The taller tree is a false cypress and I’ve already trimmed a bunch of browning branches off it and you can see it looks like the whole tree has it. The smaller one is a dwarf Alberta that’s been in the ground since April and is suddenly showing showing signs of browning. False cypress has been in since early July.
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