I am beginning to feel that I could write one column and use it for the last 3 weeks! Rain and all of the associated garden problems continue unabated.
It appears that we finally have received the rain that we have so desperately needed. I think that I hear all the plants applauding the arrival of the rain.
The extended cool and rainy weather looks to be followed by a heat wave early next week. This roller coaster weather will have some ramifications for our plants. Let’s try to figure out what can happen and see if there is anything you should be doing to protect your plants.
It is the end of May and I think that most gardeners would agree that we have had some of the best weather for planting that we have seen in many years.
The cloudy and damp weather seems to be continuing indefinitely. A week of sunshine would surely boost the spirits of everyone.
June is coming to an end and summer is upon us now.
I would guess that this is going to be the fall that we do not have to worry about watering our trees and shrubs.
The muggy weather is back.
It was nice to have a decent weekend. Sad when the definition of a nice weekend is 50 degrees and howling winds!
You know that you live in New England when Sunday gives you temperatures in the high 60’s and on Tuesday morning you wake up to 24 degrees. Welcome to Spring!