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Eucalytus, Fishtail, King and Norfolk Island Palms


Eucalytus, Fishtail, King and Norfolk Island Palms (Eucalytus, Fishtail, King and Norfolk Island Palms)

Photo taken Dec. 31, 2009.



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Ar if only my street looked like this

2 Jan, 2010

 

Mushybanna:

You need to move to San Diego...or to a subtropical or tropical climate. : > )

3 Jan, 2010

 

They do look wonderful when the sun is shinning down on them

6 Feb, 2011

 

Thanks! Yes, we love the sunshine here...and are used to it most of the time. :>)

7 Feb, 2011

 

You trying to make us all jealous here Andy hehe :o))) I would nt change our weather, as the Mormon woman from Arazona that use to visit me, use to say how young us woman look over here and our complextions are great, but me I think we have the best wardrobe in the world, winter, spring, summer, autum to you the falls, hehe so we keep the men spending lol :o))) no I am not a Mormon.

7 Feb, 2011

 

Sixpence:

Not trying to make you jealous...it's just our typical climate...today it was 80ºF/27ºC again today, however, it'll cool down a little tomorrow (Tuesday) and then warm up again on Wednesday.

You weather is a good reason to shop for clothes. lol! :>)

8 Feb, 2011

 

Hehe Andy I know your not, just kidding joking with you, can you tell the men over here get a headache each time a season comes around lol hehe

8 Feb, 2011

 

Sixpence:

Today, it was quite cool, only 63ºF/17ºC. due to a cold front to the north of San Diego (we were freezing after the warm weather we've had). Tomorrow suppose to be 74ºF/23ºC. and even warmer over the next days.

9 Feb, 2011

 

Hope it stays warm for you I know the feeling of freezing been doing it all winter till now, can't afford to have heating on in day time.

9 Feb, 2011

 

Sixpence:

Hope you get some mild to warm weather soon! I do know it can be very expensive to heat or cool a home. Although, here it cost more to cool the house in summer (as I rarely have to use the heater in winter).

It's funny how we use the word "freezing" when it's cool here in San Diego. San Diego hasn't officially had a freezing temperature in 50 years...and has only been down to freezing 7 or 8 times in 160 years. Actually, downtown San Diego has had winters when the morning min. temps haven't dropped below 50ºF/10ºC.

9 Feb, 2011

 

Thank you Andy, yes I do realise to cool you home can be as expensive as I have relitives in OZ .

You are lucky not to have bad frosts but then less disease in cold countries than hot so I was informed.

10 Feb, 2011

 

Sixpence:

Actually, my climate is frost-free. :>)
Most of my plants/trees would die if I had a frost. Yikes!!!

Never heard there's more diseases in hotter climates. Possibly in the torrid zones of third world countries?

10 Feb, 2011

 

So there for best you never get frost it would be heart brakeing to have to lose all your plants.

I was a lady who belongs to a think tank who sits in the house of commons (Parlement) each week stated it on another garden site.

10 Feb, 2011

 

Sixpence:

It's highly unlikely I would ever get a frost where I live. In Jan of 2007 we had the coldest weather in many areas of southern California, in 60 years...and I never had any frost.

11 Feb, 2011

 

Sorry I missed out the T for It was a lady. lol

That is good then, I only said as you mentioned about the wind is normally warm and now its cold, with the changing of our weather all over. Glad you never have had frost

11 Feb, 2011



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