Good Morning Everyone,
Last spring, we were concerned about planting too early because we had over-chilly temperatures around this time of year – but it was colder, whereas this year, it is taking longer for the cold to leave.
There is no doubt every single year brings an interesting challenge for gardeners when it comes to the weather, and often times we must have the endurance to patiently wait for the conditions to be favorable for our planting adventures.
But, as we know – “Good things come to those who wait.” And, patience is a true virtue in the gardening world. When things are not favorable to work in your gardens outdoors, take the opportunity to prepare other gardening tasks and plants for when the temperatures and conditions are perfect.
Here is my latest e:Pub for Spring 2014, which refers to our slow spring warm up and things you can do now with any stored summer or tropical bulbs to give them an early start as we wait for temperatures to creep up higher in Connecticut.
Spring 2014 – e:Pub Newsletter – “A Slow Warm-Up”
A new page has been added to this blog from the top menu where this e:Publication is posted, and more will follow.
Click on ABOUT, then 2014 MENU, to see a drop down menu called e:Pub Newsletters.
I started writing e:Pubs many years ago, and there are prior versions on my website, www.cathytesta.com. It is interesting to look back and read some of the prior versions, at least for me.
One year I wrote a poem about all the rain we had in June which seemed like it would never end – that was in 2009. But fortunately, today, the weather is warming up – we may even reach the 70’s. Can this be true? We sure hope so.
Have a Great Weekend Everyone!
Don’t forget to check out Cathy T’s Container Gardening Class on May 24, 2014 in Broad Brook, CT. See also Cathy T’s Garden Talks.
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