Garden Reports and Rejoicing – March 1
It isn’t winter nor is it spring. It’s not time, therefore, to hunker down and be cozy, nor is it appropriate to start planting. It’s March in New England.
Truth be told, most of us have periods of March in our lives no matter what the calendar says. Those periods that aren’t horrible or barren, but they aren’t filled with growth, rebirth or color either. These are the times when we slog through and make do. I’m sure you can relate.
March is here, in actuality and metaphorically for many of us, yet I remain determined that there are ways to celebrate both the barrenness and the promise of growth ahead. Things always come full circle, spring arrives once again, and we humans can continue to plant and grow.