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May in Vermont started off with some glorious weather, warm and sunny. The grass started to turn green; the daffodils were in full bloom. It was just beautiful.

Daffodils in full bloom.

Daffodils in full bloom.

This week is a different story. The week has been cool and cloudy. Despite the frosty mornings the creeping phlox is creeping along.

Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

My garlic is up and doing very well. Won’t be long before I’m cutting the scapes and making garlic scape pesto!

My garlic is doing well.

My garlic is doing well.

My oregano is back and ready to be used in cooking once again.

Oregano

Oregano

The rhubarb patch has burst from the ground and is almost ready to be picked. I love rhubarb and look forward to making my first batch of rhubarbeque sauce.

Rhubarb Patch

Rhubarb Patch

I love spring in Vermont, the weather can change drastically from one day to the next. The hills are bright with various shades of green. I’ll continue on with the mulching of the garden beds and the planting of the vegetable garden. It will be a few more weeks before I am able to move my tomatoes into the garden..

Spring in Vermont

Spring in Vermont

No matter what the weather the dandelions are back and are everywhere!

The dandelions are back!

The dandelions are back!

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