Garden Discoveries
Lynne Irons

My vegetable garden has completely gotten away from me. Last fall I planted winter rye in several beds.

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Plant Zones and Spirea Memories
Lynne Irons

It is rather remarkable that we have so many different plant zones on our tiny piece of land.

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Pre-Summer Garden Panic
Lynne Irons

I’m the opposite of most people. I do not mind cool, wet days spent in a garden.

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High Spring Hijinks
Lynne Irons
I’m not one to complain about the chilly, cloudy weather. It gives me less anxiety about all the tasks at hand.
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The Mouse That Bit
Lynne Irons

It’s been difficult knowing how to dress. It seems most of the day is spent putting on and/or taking off layers of clothing.

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Forsythia in Bloom and Plant Puzzle Solved
Lynne Irons
It is amazing how quickly a couple of nice days can bring us into full-on spring. Forsythia is blooming everywhere.
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April Showers
Lynn Irons
It’s finally happened. It has rained enough to put some water into Whiting’s Pond.
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Pansies and Patisserie
Lynne Irons
Here it is, the end of March and I made my first trip to the nursery for some just-arrived pansies.
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Rotary Phones, Last of the Beets
Lynne Irons

Here we are into another year. I did not bother to make any resolutions this year. I never keep them anyway.

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Preserving the Peabody Gazebo
Lynne Irons
Sam Thoron provides interesting information on the lovely gazebo on the grounds of the Dr. Daniel Fisher House.
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