Busy in the garden!
Raking out garden beds and getting the raised beds ready for seeds and plants!
Hours outdoors are leaving me tired and happy each night.
I’ve lost one pair of garden gloves all ready!
When the lilies are in bloom, I dead head each evening.
It’s a quiet, peaceful garden chore that I rather enjoy.
In the morning I’m greeted with fresh looking plants ready to open more flowers for the day.
“Sitting quietly, doing nothing.
Spring comes and the grass grows, by itself”.
The first little flower that will appear in my garden.
Soft lavender flowers on the Creeping Phlox.
They are the beginning I always wait for.
Honeysuckle vines and pussy willows make wonderful twiggy wreaths.
The peony beds are cleared and I can’t wait for the pretty, spicy flowers again.
The Spring snow is nearly melted-again!
Getting out the garden gear again!
Rakes, shovels, wheel barrows, pots and baskets.
Working on that garden chore list.
Spring took a few days off with the return of snow and cold in the garden.
Luckily I’m busy in the greenhouse moving seedlings to pots and sowing more seeds.
With Easter right around the corner, I thought I’d share an image from last years sweet baby ducklings.
MaMa Duck hatching these 11 babies just might be my favorite memory of life out here.
Peaceful moments watching this little family swim in the garden pond.