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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Green Gardens Galore
Lynne Irons

Last week’s two hot days accelerated the season in spades. All the lawns have greened up.

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Marvelous May in Full and Glorious Bloom
Lynne Irons

The quinces and cherries are in full and glorious bloom. Forsythia and daffodils are still holding their own.

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Lost and Not Found
Lynne Irons

My editor at the Gazette is kind enough to pick up my column every Wednesday morning.

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Longing for Green and Waiting for Strawberries
Lynne Irons

The weather has been a topic of conversation for a couple months. There is quite a lot of complaining in a person’s daily travels.

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Spring Snow
Lynne Irons
It’s just not right when Easter is early and winter refuses to let go.
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Still Chilly
Lynne Irons
Spring is doing its very best but is off to a slow start. The sun, when it finally shows itself, is strong and warm but there seems to be a chilly wind most days.
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March Mayhem
Lynne Irons
I read somewhere that a person should never make a major decision or plan in the month of March.
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Lion of Winter
Lynne Irons

I do not mind a March snowstorm. The sun is getting stronger by the day so we know it will not last.

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Soggy Snowdrops and Early Crocuses
Lynne Irons
Nonnie, my maternal grandmother, was a great and consistent letter writer.
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