If 2018's rains wrecked your garden, it might be time to try something new
from The Washington Post
Extreme weather associated with climate change appears to be arriving on cue, and the gardener cannot see out the year in these parts without reflecting on the Year of the Monsoon. Next year, by the way, will be the Year of the Big Chill, followed by the Year of the Great Drought, followed by the Year of the Steaming Cauldron. You heard it here first. But back to 2018, where more than five feet of rain brought not just a whole lotta H2O but also bizarre growing conditions.
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