All clays are pretty well unworkable with ordinary implements.
For the melted toffee consistency of winter, you might prefer a large soup-ladle;
for light working over summer, a hammer and cold chisel.
Is the soil always too wet or too dry?
No, there's a period - usually a day or two in May - when you can actually use a fork.
- John Lucas, Backs to the Garden Wall

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Finally! The time has come that anything and everything is safe to plant! Yes, there are a few things that should be up and growing like crazy, kale, cabbage, potatoes, lettuce, onions, but warm weather plants like tomatoes, corn, eggplant, green beans can now be planted in without fear.

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