From rain to rainbows

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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It was bound to happen. Another unusual winter with little or no snow in January and February was followed by a March that bounced the mercury in the thermometer up and down like on a trampoline. And then April hit us with what some experts said was the coldest April on record. It came complete with lots of spaced-out rains that foiled the early garden planters. So what was bound to happen? Yep, that's right, May arrived and what follows is a report on the belated postage stamp garden that has become a tradition at the Evans residence.

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