This transitional season when the sun comes out, then disappears as fast as it arrived, can make growing food tricky, as spring can be as lean as winter

I always imagined spring to be a productive time where everything was in abundance, when flowers of many colours lined country roads, where a warm breeze gives the hint of summer, and baby farm animals fill straw-lined barns and lush green paddocks.

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Source: Guardian Environment