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  A gardener knows all about anticipation ... the year's first daffodil, the threat of frost and the promise of rain, the cautious back-and-forth flight of birds building a nest and foraging for worms in the garden, the rebirth of perennials, and the delightfully sweet smell of lemon blossoms foreshadowing this summer's tall cool glasses of [...]

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Things are hopping in the garden this month ... most of what was blooming in mid-February is still going strong, and many other plants have come into bloom. At the end of February, Ray and I took a 10 day trip to Vancouver, B.C., and our weather at home was crazy while we were away ... [...]

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It's been very busy in the garden so far this year, as it was all of last year, and the thirty-something years before that. I take dozens -- sometimes hundreds -- of garden photos each month, and have faithfully taken photos for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day for close to two years. But, somehow, I am [...]

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It was a warm winter here in Bakersfield, no doubt due to global warming and the ongoing drought.  We had tomatoes and fresh herbs until our first hard frost, a few days before Christmas.  As always, I waited until  mid to late January to plant my spring bulbs.  If I plant them during the autumn [...]

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