The snow has melted enough to uncover grass and ground.
The edges of the raised beds are visible after months of snow cover.
I’m born and raised in Minnesota, so I do know that winter is far from over.
That doesn’t stop me from enjoying the few days,
that the melting sunshine brings the hint of spring to the garden.
27 days to spring!
14 thoughts on “Who Can’t Wait?”
We had ‘Spring’ these last few days, but I know that’s just a tease. Still, as I gazed out at our muddy, barren back yard just now, I tried to envision it in its future state, after a lot of work was done!
We have not had that ‘no coat needed’ day yet, but soon I hope!
I too, see how much yard work and landscaping is needed with the remodel!
Our weather sure can’t wait. 70s every day for nearly three weeks now. The flowers are going and the mosquitoes have already woken up. After such a mild winter, I’m concerned the bugs this summer may return enjoy masse…
Yes, I wonder how bad the bugs will be? Last year we had such cold, below normal most of the winter….it was one of the worst years for insects in my garden. Don’t seem to know what to expect!
Enjoy the balmy weather.
I can’t wait….
Oh, to get back to the garden! Such plans this year, how about you?
Too much rain, unbelievable…
It is hard to wait for Spring each year. But the ground hog did say we would have an early Spring. I really do not put much stock in that ground hog theory.
The Ground Hog doesn’t apply to MN! We are having more winter–no matter what!
Doesn’t stop me from wishing for warm sunshine though!
Someone said the ground hog died, so I guess he has no say in what the weather does anymore. I always thought the ground hog thing was silly anyway. I am sure MN is not done with winter.
Spring does seem to be coming early this year. Especially compared to last February.