Flight Behavior
Lynne Irons

As I recall, July is notorious for lack of rain.

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Home Birth and Hatchlings
Lynne Irons
I spent the entire eight-hour work day on one property doing nothing but hauling hoses around.
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Crazy for Roses
Lynne Irons

One would think that a garden-type person would appreciate what hot, humid weather does for the rapid growth of plants.

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To Create a Meadow
Lynne Irons

If a person would create a meadow, winter rye and vetch could be planted in the fall – turned over in the spring and replanted with buckwheat for summer.

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Spirit of the Season
Lynne Irons
It always struck me as odd that after the summer solstice the days start getting shorter.
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Pollen Be Gone
Lynne Irons

I’d kill for a nice steady rain. I know that is an unpopular statement.

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Stop to Smell the Irises

Once again, last weekend was hot and humid bringing up claims of “I hate summer” on the job sites.

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Impressive Lilac and Noteworthy Yards
Lynne Irons
Last weekend’s weather brought climate change into focus. Saturday was so hot there was some complaining and whining on the job site.
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Awash in Buttercups, Planting Leeks
Lynne Irons

I swear, I’ll never complain about Mother Nature again.

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High Spring in the Garden
Lynne Irons
Everything in garden world is bursting with new life. I hardly know where to begin.
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