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If you have the gumption to grow just one green thing this spring, make it a geranium.
Don’t let the giggles (or guffaws) from go-getting gardeners get you down. While we’re out groaning over our big, gorgeous garden plots, you can sit back and sip lemonade as you bask in the beauty of your oh-so-easy-to-grow geranium.
And, girl, just wait until you smell it …
In a word: G-L-O-R-I-O-U-S! (If a little strong.)
Nutmeg, lemon, apple, almond, coconut, mint, or rose—what fragrance tickles your fancy?
It was like a scene out of Ax Men.
My guys were fellin’ trees.
Well, one tree that is. One large, rotting cottonwood tree that sneezed snow all over us every June, grew baby cottonwoods in all my flower beds, and became too fond of leaning in close to our new business facility. Also, last month when we got eight inches of spring snow, one of her biggest branches cracked and dangled over the pathway we all use to go to our barn library.