The Light Is Changing

 The harshness of summer light is easing.





Autumn begins tomorrow, at 1:02 pm Pacific Time

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  1. I'm happy for you that you'll be able to play outside more comfortably as the harsh light and heat of summer give way to more pleasant conditions. Seems that autumn arrived all at once here a few days ago - Rain, wind, and cold. Soon it'll be time for the fall plant migration and I'll, once again, think that perhaps all my plants should simply be sent to you folks in California where they could happily spend their lives in the ground.

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    1. Your plants would miss you too much!

      Yes it's fun playing outside again. Vacuuming is just not as big a thrill.

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  2. Thank goodness! We got a touch (0.05/inch) of rain here this morning too.

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    1. We got about that much here also--6 gallons which I quickly used on the potted plants. It helps!

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  3. light is changing here too.. it's getting harsher. The springtime begins tomorrow here , it rained heavily today and hot days are expected not good for roses but good for everything else in the garden!

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    1. Spring! Enjoy what it brings before the summer heat becomes oppressive. I did not realize Argentina was so humid. Do you grow Bromeliads in your garden?

      On the first day of summer, I start wishing for Autumn.

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    2. HB, spring began today with sun and mild temperature, very nice! Argentina has many different climate zones I live in central east Arg where climate is humid and warm ( its american equivalent is zone 9) but there are also dry, desert areas and cold zones with long snowy winters (I want to move there). The only bromeliad I have in my garden is the native Tillandsia aeranthos which grows spontaneously on trunks and branches of trees and bushes, they have very nice flowers.

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    3. Mild is good. Happy Spring! Thanks for the climate overview; I searched up the Köppen climate map of Argentina; Warm Oceanic/Subtropical Humid, got it. Humid zone 9 would be something like Houston or Louisiana, so I see your summers would be tough for roses!

      Tillandsia aeranthos does have pretty flowers, how cool that it is a native plant for you. :)

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  4. thanks for putting your camera to work catching that changing light...fab photos!

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  5. Enjoy. Like Peter I so wish my gardening season was just beginning and not ending!!

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    1. Planning For Next Year begins? Perhaps your gardens are more beautiful because you have time to plan? It can't just be the generous rain, can it?

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