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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Signs of hope


After what feels like an excruciatingly long winter, my yard is now dotted with scattered nubs of green! It's now the 'Ides of March'. Daylight Savings Time has taken effect. Easter is just around the corner. Can a full-fledged Spring be far behind?

Rosa was complaining about wanting Spring to get here. She said that she just wants to be able to get out of the house and walk around our garden for hours on end. I have to agree.

I have some big plans for several moves in the garden this year. And I need the right weather to get an early start to transplant before things get too far along. 

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  1. Aren't they plant bulbs emerging from mulch soil in your garden ?

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    1. Welcome, gardener. Actually this is one of those lazy times I just used a stock photo I found to illustrate my post. But I do have a mix of daffodils, hyacinths, tulips, and the new growth of my array of daylilies popping up. The daffodils are about 5-6" high already. However, they are calling for more snow here next week. UGH!

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  2. That is a beautiful sight! I am more than ready for pops of green and warmer temperatures!

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    1. I'm sure where you are, you are even more eager for the green of Spring. I noticed some ground cover blossoms this morning....which was very nice.

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