I am looking forward to working in the yard again. It is warming up and there are lots of trees blooming around here plus the daffodils are up.
You have the most wonderful green thumb!! I, too, am so ready for Spring, I'm just not a cold weather person at all. Your garden is always so beautiful and I want to thank you for sharing it with us.
Ohh--however do you keep your indoor plants looking so lush and green!!I love houseplants but mine always seem to die after a few months--help!!love and laughter, di
Everything is looking so good! I need to do some re-potting of house plants and think about what I want to do in the planting beds this year. We have deer that eat things so I have to plants lots and lots so some live!
I'm going to be ready too.
I'm so envious that you were in shorts today! We're still a ways off from spring, but today it was close to 60 and spring was definitely in the air!
I need to do re-potting too Brenda..maybe seeing yours will get me motivated...I have a beautiful Cardinal couple here too..they do stick together..Spring is coming..it was a warm day here also...
I once read a book that suggested a way to simplify your life is to get rid of all your houseplants. I thought that was crazy! Why not just get rid of food? Your plants are lovely and I'm sure, worth the effort. Can't wait to get my tomatoes in the ground!
Your house plants all look wonderful .
I can't believe how much growth you have already on your herbs and mums out on the patio - wow!! You are miles ahead of me, for sure. What gardening zone are you in? I'm curious! Thanks for the little shout out, Brenda! Just catching up on posts now!!
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