A Saunter

January is ending on a howling note, but today I was allowed a saunter through my spring garden. The local conservation district’s native plant sale opened – at last. Long-anticipated this month and not a moment too soon as the blizzard howled outside. An investment now in a dream of spring.

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    1. I need every boost I can get to get through January. In mid to late February I tap the maples for sap and boil syrup, in March I start spinach, broccoli, lettuce, and other crops that go out in the cold frames early. I stage things out as a means of extracting hope from otherwise sad ( for me) months.

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