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Warmer weather has brought a touch of early spring to my garden as a number of plants are beginning to put on their colorful best. It is a delight to be able to join Cathy at Rambling in the Garden, the originator … Continue reading
The gardening word for 2016 is inconsistent. It’s been too cold and it’s been too hot. It’s been too dry and then we get four and half inches of rain in a few hours. Critters have tested my patience. The … Continue reading
During the last ten days of 2015 we received eight inches of rain in my garden. We are not alone as heavy, often damaging rains have occurred over the US and in the UK. There were flood warnings out again yesterday, but the County … Continue reading
Not much is blooming right now in my garden here on the last day of February. I decided to present a very limited view of what is about to come forth rather than a review of things that are yet to … Continue reading
New Year’s Day suggests the annual exercise in looking ahead, and not many anticipate the future more than we gardeners (except perhaps expectant parents and fans of losing teams). “Next year” came in this morning! I am looking forward to the return … Continue reading
For the past week we have been joining the rest of the country in unseasonably cold weather. Our garden had a welcomed one inch of rain, but it was sandwiched between two days on either side of the rain with freezing … Continue reading