A ‘Small’ Touch of Spring

Finally! My winter aconite is blooming. I took this picture on March 25th, which is pretty much a month behind schedule. It’s a small victory for the coming of spring. At this point, I’ll take ‘small’ as long as the word ‘spring’ is somehow associated. We’ve had warm winters where I’ve taken pictures of it . . . → Read More: A ‘Small’ Touch of Spring

Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – Spring In God’s Garden

Spring shows what God can do with a drab and dirty world. ~Virgil A. Kraft

I bring you the beauty He has brought to the garden I tend.

Candytuft

Coral Bells

PJM Rhododendron

Lungwort

Red tulips and pansies

Senetti Blue Bicolor (annual)

Pachysandra

Hyacinths

Pansies

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Eggs and the Vernal Equinox

Is it the vernal equinox? Is it Mike? Is it me?

I’ve got this picture of eggs standing up on my kitchen counter all by themselves. It’s not a fake or me pulling a fast one on you. Mike came in the kitchen this morning, took eggs out of the refrigerator and in just . . . → Read More: Eggs and the Vernal Equinox