A Week of Gardening?

This last week, it being the beginning of June, I started planting my garden.

Monday the skies were fair, until I made that first wide row.  Then the clouds started to gather, and before I had finished planting the garlic, it began to rain.

Tuesday, it stormed all day.

Wednesday, there was fresh snow on the mountains.

Thursday, the sun came to visit again, and we planted lettuce, spinach, endive, augural, radishes (no, I don’t like them either, but you’ve got to have a few), carrots, peas, and turnip…before it started to rain.

Friday, it rained.

And Saturday?  We got snowed on. J

 

June 1st, is supposed to be our last frost date—we have until August 15th, before it is supposed to get cold again, but this morning there was frost on the compost pile, and in the garden walk ways.

What happened to global warming?  I was looking forward to some “climate changes”…maybe I need to throw more stuff away, use disposable diapers, and try hairspray.

Do you suppose that would help?

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