Summer approaches and with it warmer temperatures...but spring seems to be hanging on longer this year with a cold front visiting us seemingly every week. Quite frankly I don't mind it at all—we see enough 100+ degree days to fill our basket. One of the drawbacks though is need to replant if it gets too cold.
The field corn is over a foot high and the tomatoes have started to set fruit. I actually have big onions this year! Beans are coming along as well as all the varieties of summer squashes. I would like to see more rain though--the cracks in the ground are getting too big!
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