Today the garden volunteers braved the heavy downpours and blustery wind to relocate the second palm tree and plant it alongside the other in the garden. For the time being we have finished tampering with the skyline!
The new palm trees have given definition to the main garden entrance, and although the Jurassic Garden is still at planning stage, when it is completed these trees will lead visitors,staff and children away from the Jurassic area and into the garden proper.
After fine tuning over the first week or so the weather station was downloaded today at the end of the first week proper. The radio transmitter from the weather station sends regular signals to the base unit and these are recorded in 30 minute intervals. After a week there is a lot of data to sift through! We are quickly learning how to interpret the data. Initially looking at the wind data over the last week two significant peaks were noted. On the 22nd November the wind gusted at 24mph in the late afternoon. However on the 25th November at 6am the wind gusted at 32mph from the SW.
We have lots of numbers to look at and hope to produce a weekly review of the weather at Holy Trinity Environmental Garden.