The month of April sure surprised many of us in America’s Heartland! Never before have we seen such warm temperatures in March and April. Spring the flowers are in full bloom. I would say we are at least a month ahead than the normal growing season. The planting of new flowers and gardens are in full force. I’m thinking my fall flowers will be blooming in July this year!
I have most of my garden in the ground, except for a few things that I think is too early to put in. The sweet corn, pumpkins, gourds, etc. are planted and have sprouted. Now, let’s hope for no late frost in our area. We go from 90 degrees one day down to the 60’s the next few days, but things are thriving.
I will enjoy the flowers, and hope next year the bulbs will self-correct themselves. Looking forward to sharing a few pictures as things bloom.
Hope this brings you good wishes for your garden season, and if I can help with any questions, please feel free to ask away.
I love spring anywhere, but if I could choose I would always greet it in a garden. ~Ruth Stout
About the Author:
Snickers is a country gal at heart who loves holidays, quilting, antiques and has a passion for gardening. In her spare time she keeps herself busy as an estate cleaner and volunteers for many organizations. Her bucket list overflows.
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