Spring 2013 continues to take a slow journey toward summer. Chilly temperatures hold on – it dropped to 38 degrees early this morning – but weather forecasts promise warmer temperatures are moving into Connecticut. For this Garden Blogger's Bloom Day, sponsored by Carol at May Dreams Gardens, my gardens are dotted with typically early spring blooms and filled with promising buds.
Mid-way through June and it's again garden party day in the garden blogging world. On the 15th of each month, Carol at May Dreams Gardens hosts Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day. She posts what is blooming in her garden and gives bloggers all over the world the opportunity to share what is blooming in their gardens. Whether you garden or not, the photos are wonderful and inspiring. In my Connecticut garden 2012 blooms continue to be about two weeks earlier than they were in 2011.
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Welcome to the first day of June; GOOPs Day at joene's garden. GOOPs is the acronym for Gardening Oops, the faux pas, mistakes, how-did-this-happen occurrences that pop up in all gardener's lives. On Goops Day, the first of each month, I confess a GOOPs from my gardens and ask others to play along by sharing a GOOPs of their own. This month my GOOPs is related to the unusually early warm weather delivered to Connecticut this spring. It is causing many flowers to bloom at unexpected times.