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Summer is coming

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Normally we are into 80 to 90 degree weather by June. It has been rainy and I have the most lush garden ever.. I may start growing my garden earlier .. The longer cooler weather allows the roots to develop. I have onions that are just splendid.. And the squash.. wow. Walking is nice because of the cool weather. I am able to fit a half hour in most days.
Hope you have a wonderful second week of June.. Maria
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    Geeeeeeeeeezzzzzzzzzz it's going to be SUMMER TODAY...........
    2566 days ago
    Your garden sounds sublime! I am doing well with flower gardens and just got my hanging baskets outside, but am struggling with the vegetable garden this year-the weather is great for some plantings, but not others. Have a terrific week!
    2572 days ago
    I think the weather is starting to warm!
    2572 days ago
    The weather has been beautiful today! I love the rain and the cloud cover, but this year has been getting to me! It's hard to get outside and walk when it is so cold and rainy. Next week is supposed to be HOT! I don't think I'll like that much:)
    2572 days ago
    My tomatoes & strawberries are doing great!

    2572 days ago
    We don't even have flowers in yet in my neck-of-the-woods!
    I just cut my tulips and daffodil dead leaves the other day.

    I'm glad you have a good garden already.

    Our weather has been very atypical - very wet and cloudy - we usually get lovely sunny and warm weather at this time of year. It is very dreary and depressing!

    I sure hope we get to see some spring here soon, let alone summer.

    2572 days ago
    Hey lady--Your garden sounds wonderful----I need to put in some onions too--I have squash plants but nothing to pick yet.
    Keep up your amazing work!! emoticon
    2573 days ago
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