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Posted by EDITOR 8 Mar 2010 - 8:44:00 AM

Hail in Melbourne. Floods in Queensland. After Sydney's 1991 hailstorm it was the pines that faded away over the following year. There are other priorities and it's still a bit soon but - once the mud settles and over time - it would be good to hear from those who've had to endure such an event about what in the garden fell over, what broke, what bounced back and what came out smelling like a rose.

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