Storey staffers and friends share May garden scenes.
Oy vey, spring! Enough of this pretty relentless string of chillier-than-usual, gray and rainy days. Sure, we escaped a repeat of last year’s stone fruit-killing cold snap (and fruit growers in our region are promising a season of epic production), and all the rain has brought some relief from recent drought. But we’re starving for a little sun and some sustained warmth! It’s on the horizon for this week, the forecast says. And judging from this look around our yards and gardens and neighborhood green spaces, there is a prelude to late spring’s grandeur happening all around, if we can be patient enough to notice. What’s blooming where you are? — Emily Spiegelman, Digital Features Editor
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