As the Northern Hemisphere transitions to Spring and the Southern Hemisphere welcomes the cooler temperatures of Autumn, gardeners in both hemispheres are looking forward to Spring/Autumn plantings. So, the Furkids reasoned, what better way to celebrate the Spring and Autumn Equinoxes than with their best gardening tips for extra special gardens!

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  1. {{{Michelle}}} LOL. Thank you and the Furkids for the sunny Sunday morning giggles. Healing Energy, {{{HUGS}}}, & skritches all around. As appropriate, of course.

  2. This might be timely but it darned sure is depressing–just got another 6″ of snow this weekend. I had ambitions of having the garden mostly in by the end of April. Now I’m wondering if it will be mostly in by the end of June.

    On the other hand, the new chicks, poults, and baby runner ducks are starting to arrive at Big R. Surely that means spring should be here sometime????


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