By MARGARET KELLEY A garden-variety blooming season in Washington State is about a week away, bringing the garden season into its second week.
It was expected to be busy this summer, as the first flowering season kicked off, with the planting of a number of new shrubs and trees.
The garden season has now surpassed the first, when a full garden bloom was expected.
That was in the fall of 2016.
The new garden season could be much more extensive than the first one, said Lisa Bowers, a garden educator at the State College, Pennsylvania, Extension.
Bowers noted that the state’s new garden regulations will apply to both indoor and outdoor gardeners.
The state Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is also implementing its own garden rules.
The rules are meant to help farmers and gardeners keep their crops from being damaged by pests, insects and diseases.
The regulations, which apply to a wide range of crops, require that growers keep plants in a secure place, and provide some protection against soil erosion.
Bower said the rules will also help reduce the need for watering, and that it is likely that most gardeners will follow them.
There is also a special rule for planting trees.
That rule will be enforced in late summer or early fall, when temperatures are expected to reach 60 degrees.
“There’s going to be a lot of frost,” Bowers said.
That frost will make planting trees harder, and the trees might take a little longer to sprout, Bowers predicted.
Bowsers said she expects the planting season to be even more difficult in some areas, especially the northern part of the state, where winter temperatures are often below freezing.
For example, Bowser said, “the only thing that will work in that area is the big snowpack in the winter.”
The new season will likely see a lot more planting, Bower added.
“We don’t have any really good forecasts of how long this will last,” she said.
“But we’re expecting a lot in the spring and summer.”
In the past, there have been seasonal garden blooms in late April and early May, Bounds said.
The plantings last for a few days, but are not as intense as they are now.
The bloom, which occurs during the warm summer months, can last up to a month.
The flower is typically in the first week of May.
It is usually followed by a drought, which generally lasts from March to July.
The drought usually lasts from June to September.
The flowers have been seen in several areas in the state.
In addition to planting, farmers can also add trees to their gardens.
This is usually done in a few ways, Boeser said.
For instance, they may plant a variety of trees, including oaks, cherry trees, elms, beech trees, and aspen.
Or they may also add an edible shrub to their garden, such as mint, basil, and parsley.
“In the past it was pretty hard to do that,” Bowses said.
Now, farmers may plant fruit trees, as well as shrubs.
Some growers also add plants such as wildflowers, or herbs.
The variety of plants that farmers choose can be important, Bols said.
Herbaceous plants can have a greater effect on the soil, Bowes said, because they produce more nutrients and other nutrients.
Some herbaceous plants have been known to help with the drought.
For some, it may help to add them to the soil as early as early May.
“They’ll help the soil retain moisture,” Boesers said.
However, in general, herbaceous plantings will not last for long.
The plants may not produce much water, and may not survive for a long time.
Herbivores, like the trees, can also help with a drought by growing on top of the plants.
That is the most common strategy for most farmers.
In some places, herbivores can help with moisture retention by using the trees as a stand of roots.
This can help keep water from being lost during the dry months.
Herbivation can be a great way to boost the yield of crops and to make the crop more attractive to the market.
The number of acres that can be grown is also going up in some parts of the country.
Boes is concerned about the amount of land that is being devoted to growing crops.
“This year, the amount is probably going to get quite high,” she told ABC News.
But in general she said, the increase in the number of people moving to more urban areas, like in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., is good news.
“It’s a big change in terms of people coming to rural areas,” Bols noted.
The number of growers in urban areas is actually going up, too. So there’s