After a very chilly April, May arrived and turned up the heat. Temperatures here shot up to the mid-eighties and nary a raindrop fell. Unpredictable is what we call typical, here in New England.
My garden design schedule is purposefully light this year. I have but a few projects on my calendar this spring, as my focus remains inside the painting studio and out of town with ongoing exhibits. This season I’m all about slow mornings and coffee in the garden with Woo.
Late to Bloom but Fast to Wither in the Heat: Short but Beautiful Narcissus Show this Year in Vermont
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