Sunday, June 24, 2012

June has been hot!

After our second day that hit 100, and the hotter spring that we have been having, I checked the red raspberry plants to see if they, also, were affected by this shift in temperature.  Behold a red, edible raspberry (boy was it sweet!!).
Many plants have been blooming early; we have a lot of green tomatoes on several plants already.  The last few years we waited until mid- to late July to see green tomatoes. This is an intriguing time to be alive as the physical world around us is changing and what we used to 'count on' for weather often is not there anymore.

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