The iconic “100th Meridian,” the North American climate boundary that visibly separates the humid eastern part of the continent from the more arid western plains, has shifted 140 miles east since 1980. https://t.co/rIooygiaf7 pic.twitter.com/vrdbYUWvhE
— Yale Environment 360 (@YaleE360) January 7, 2019
Just ordered some hardy perennials online, and was informed that our little plot north of Boston is now officially Zone 6-7. It was Zone 5-6 even a few years ago…
Anyways! I also ordered more root pouches, some flash tape, and a Root Slayer spade, so all I need to start my garden over from scratch is a longer daylight window and some unfrozen ground. Also more energy, or at least stamina, but maybe getting out there and digging will help with that part (ha ha).
What’s going on in your garden (planning) this week?