Storey staffers and friends share June garden scenes.
June is, indeed, bustin’ out all over. It only took a few days of swampy air and soaring temps for those blooms to pop! This month, irises and chives, poppies and peonies dominate, but a few of us are lamenting the lateness of things that are, by this time, typically going full force. (When, oh when, will the U-Pick days for strawberries begin?) Spring was simply too cold and too wet. But it’s all happening now, and we’re setting up nicely for summer. What’s blooming where you are? — Emily Spiegelman, Digital Features Editor
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