Summer at Last


Yesterday I was celebrating the final arrival of spring. Today it is summer. How did that happen? A brilliant Oreas Anglewing (Polygonia oreas) spread its wing on the birch in front of the house. The sweet daphne opened their blossoms, filling the air with their sweet perfume.



With warm, sunny, summery days like this, these tomato seedlings will have plump tomatoes early in the season.

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