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Thursday, 12 February 2009


There was quite a bit of rain earlier this week so I was interested yesterday to see that there had been some flooding in Chertsey.

Fortunately the river has only flooded into this channel/concourse. Unfortunately someone from Surrey County Council planted a tree in it. Then again I’m sure the tree will live.

Posted by bigblue on 12/02/2009 at 09:54 PM
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And probably thrive with all the water.

Posted by SteveH  on  14/02/2009  at  11:22 AM

Yes the tree should thrive, but if the groundwater is shallow here at the stream the tree’s roots might not grow deep.

Posted by Janet  on  28/02/2009  at  10:17 AM

I don’t know. I have a habit of collecting avocado pear pips, sticking toothpicks in them and then suspending them over a jar of water so that they will grow.

Sometimes they do quite well. Other times they die for no apparent reason than “too much water”.

Posted by bigblue  on  01/03/2009  at  08:58 PM

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