Published on : 24 January 20181 min reading time
August is a month to be endured.
It’s hot. It doesn’t have a national holiday or even a good party day like St. Patrick’s or Cinco de Mayo. It’s very hot. School starts back again (OK, that one’s for the kids).
And did we mention August tends to be beastly hot?
Even in the garden, there’s not much happening, producewise — though if you’re tuned into the growing calendar, August is the month to get your garden ready for an autumnal bounty of beets and broccoli, peas and potatoes.