and more ice............
with the grounds in cold slumber. Sophie never tires of walking around in it.
But as the warm weather came and started melting, the grounds woke up and sprang forward their treasure/
Now the sun warms the earth and the Jasmine is in full bloom with it's cheerful yellow blossoms
The ground that seemed so frozen and rock hard has given way to daffodils sprouting in all directions
and in every container.
How about you?
Are you still covered in a blanket of snow...........
or are you seeing signs of spring?
Hurray for you! Signs of spring popping up everywhere.
Enjoy ~ FlowerLady
Our snow has melted and we've had rain for 2 days. With temps rising we should see some signs of spring soon....YEA!
We are still covered with much snow. I cant wait to see my crocuses and daffy's. Meander on over for a visit and sign up for my give a way. LJ
How wonderful! It's so nice to see green in the trees, and flower's blooming! It's started here also. :)
no snow for us here in western NC. Daffodils are blooming, trees are starting to bud.
Yesterday it was 70 degrees and it almost seemed too good to be true! Our dogs weren't interested in the snow one bit!!
So lovely to see your daffodils are out. We have finally gotten rid of our snow here, and we have crocuses blooming in front of the house. :)
Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you! I wanted to tell you, the pictures of Lonesome George were taken when we lived in Texas (my grandson is now 13!) A friend whose sister had chickens felt she had too many roosters so I offered to take two. One got away from them and took off into the woods, but they managed to get George to me, and he was a dear pet for several years. I felt sorry for him being the only chicken we had though. Hope things start warming up where you are!
It is always amazing that ground frozen hard as rock can also open up for delicate flowers.
The wonder of spring !
How pretty!It's summer over here and it's damn hot.
Forgot to add one thing - I really miss Salem.
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