Jill Henderson – Show Me Oz – It’s been another cool, wet spring here in Oz. So much so, that I am beginning to wonder if our once-robust pepper starts will grow to full size before July. Wet springs are not uncommon in our neck of the woods, but we can never be sure what kind of weather we’re in for. The exception being our perennial summer droughts, which can range from average to severe. Yet, in each and every one of the 15 droughty summer’s that we have gardened here, we have always been alerted to impending rainstorms by an uncommon but very welcome recluse that most folks around here call a rain crow.
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