Musings on cooking, gardening, frugal living, the environment, and whatever else strikes my fancy.
These varieties will naturalize and spread, and should eventually blanket the hillside with blooms.
YAY!!!! Blooms are such a promise.I'm so excited you have light. You guys are totally amazing to me.(:
What is that saying by Emerson: Earth laughs in flowers...Beautiful!
Lovely...I wish mine would come up soon.
Congrats on the flowers! How pretty.
So beautiful. I look forward to seeing a couple nice signs of spring. We woke to 2 inches of snow this morning. It will go and lots has already, but it seems so slow in spring arriving this year.
We're fortunate enough to have wild crocus, snowdrops and bluebells growing on the banks and verges around our croft here in Scotland. It's a lovely time of year, especially when it snows and the blooms poke up through the shallower drifts.
Those are beautiful pictures. The first signs of color get me all worked up to get my hands dirty.
I just ended up at your blog, and I love your posts and photos. Looking forward to hearing more about your adventures.Jessicawww.practicalnourishment.com
we are starting to see a little green here and there too. :) Isn't spring great!
wow--just stumbled onto your blog and feel like you must be my long-lost sister--building a house (we're building on), a self-professed cookbook hoarder (i have that disease too) and someone who is trying to live a simpler life (i'm trying, but i'm not sure it's working yet...) i hope you'll be "back" and write some more posts again soon!
Hello Again.I'm not sure that spring is ever going to come here this year. We still have snow forecasted for tomorrow.I hope you have much more up by now.
I can't wait to see the blanketed hillside! Isn't spring so wonderful? It always arrives just in time to save s from forever hating winter!!Blessings!Lacy
Just happened upon your blog.Enjoying what I've read thus far.Your house looks cozy!
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