Help! Hurricane Bill…

Help! Hurricane Bill…

We have some exceptionally tall tomato plants, peas that are growing and braced on branches that I've collected from all sorts of places. Our bush beans and pole beans are thriving... everything is doing well! Even the flowers - mini sunflowers, delphiniums, cone flowers... I live in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Hurricane Bill is expected to make landfall tomorrow. While we're not in it's direct path (unlike Halifax) but we're not very far away from it. When it does hit, it is still expected to be at least a category 1. My area is expected to get 100-150mm of rain and wind gusts in the range of 70-90km/h. It is going to start in the early morning and get worse as the day goes on. I'm very pleased with our little patch of garden. Just how am I supposed to protect it from a bloody hurricane? Ideas would be greatly appreciated as all of our tomatoes are still tomato-lings (probably from all the rain in June). All this, and my dear husband (who's Australian and never experienced a hurricane) doesn't think it's going to be a big deal. And yet, I'm fretting about seeing my flowers and tomato plants bent in the middle. :: sigh ::
My roooommmmm.

My roooommmmm.

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It only LOOKS like a banana / Bay Laurel questions…

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