In looking back at last year’s blog posts and images, the spring garden was a bit ahead of the curve.
Unfortunately this year, we’re starting to see a few more additional twists and turns. Last night’s disappointment – an unprecedented late May frost. This unforeseen turn is no doubt going to hinder the health of the tender tomatoes planted this past weekend amongst a few other things set in place at their ‘normal’ time. Again, there’s nothing typical in New England. What’s happening in your garden this May 29th? Let’s hope this Supersonic tomato can supersonically survive.
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