Will Spring Ever Get Here

White Hellebore

White Hellebore

After quite some time not posting, I thought I better get back into the swing of things on my blog. While it’s been freezing in the Midwest and East Coast, here in the Northwest we are beginning to show signs of spring.

Snowdrops

Snowdrops

My Snowdrops, Hellebores, and Sarcococa are all blooming. While my Daffodils and Tulips are showing their little green heads above ground.

Purple Hellebore

Purple Hellebore

 

Tulips

Tulips

 

Daffodils

Daffodils

I’ve been getting tons and tons of seed catalogs, but haven’t purchased anything yet. I will probably buy from Territorial Seeds a few Northwest varieties. The rest of my veggies I will probably buy from the Master Gardeners Plant Sale in May.

Cyclamen

Cyclamen

I confess that I have been rather bad about posting on my blog recently. I have been hanging out on Bubblews and meeting new people from around the world. However most of them are not Gardeners and I missed some of my Garden buddies. I promise to be a little bit more present as Spring approaches. So tell me, have you seen any signs of Spring in your garden.

Mosaic 2-2

 

 

 

 

Comments

    • lionmom says

      Hi Beth,

      Thanks for coming by. We just got a coat of snow ourselves that dumped about 10 inches. I wrote another post about that one, about how I spoke too soon. Lol.

      Yael

    • lionmom says

      Pinky,

      OMG. That’s a long time to be without power in the snow. We just had some snow move in, with ice to follow and then rain. It’s a mess. Fortunately, I’m out of town, but I will have fun getting home.

      Yael

    • lionmom says

      Thanks for stopping by. I think you are right that winter drab makes Spring that much more welcome.

      Yael

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