It looks as though the cold weather is here to stay. It’s time to think spring thoughts.
The weather continues to be erratic. Cool and windy one day, hot and humid the next day. I’m sure the plants are wondering what’s going on.
This April is definitely not last year’s April. Last year, at this time, we had 60 and 70 degree weather.
As I sit writing this column on Thursday morning, the ground is covered with snow.
Well, the snow is almost gone and it is time to get outside.
Well, what a difference a week can make in this area. One week we have bare ground and we are thinking about planting peas.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day. Did you know that it is an old New England tradition that you plant pea seed in your garden on St.
March is an important time of the year to do preventative work in your garden.
On those days when it isn’t windy, it is so nice to be outside in the sun.
We get a few warmer days and spring fever has hit many people. However, gardening outside is pretty much out of the question.
Gardening takes a certain amount of planning.
Gardening takes a certain amount of planning
Well, everyone said we would pay for all the warm weather in early winter. Payment received!
Well, I would guess that we are rapidly making up for all of days that the oil man didn’t make any deliveries.
I received an e mail this week from Tony in West Newbury.
t looks like we have finally gotten some cold weather. Trust me, I’m not complaining about a warm winter. I have to pay a heating bill too.
We are into a new year and we are still waiting for Mother Nature to show us what winter looks like in New England. However,