What's Going On In My Garden






A little whimsy. 



All the new growth makes me so happy!

13 comments

  1. Meanwhile my garden is still under at least two feet of snow!! I am so looking forward to playing in the dirt again! I'm heading off the mountain top today and I'm going to take a spin past lowes garden center to see if the pansies are out yet - wish me luck!!

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  2. Don't you just love seeing those plants poke their heads out of the ground!!

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  3. Thank you Brenda for the little glimpse of spring! I'm so ready to plant flowers, but I try to wait until April 01 to plant in the soil. Sometimes I start with pots sooner since they can easily be moved indoors should we get a late frost.

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  4. I always love seeing the plants push out of the ground.

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  5. Your spring is further ahead of us. Most of our snow has just melted. I can see some buds on the lilac trees though. I did try to reset my "no reply" thing!! I printed off all the instructions that you sent. I am totally lost. I don't have a blog, but do comment on other peoples nice things that they share. Guess I'll just have to start using my email address in my message. Kinda hate to do that too!!

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  6. Can't believe you're so much further ahead of us here in Virginia. My hostas are just barely poking up through the soil, though good ol' sweet woodruff is coming along nicely. Bee balm's also letting me know it's alive and well. This time of year calls for daily strolls 'round the yard ~ now if we can just keep rabbits and deer at bay.

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  7. My neighbor is cutting his grass today. Ugh, I hate to start up with that already. I love the look of your clematis climbing up the trellis. Yes, growing plants do cause our happiness to grow too!

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  8. Mint is a good one to keep in containers. It likes to get bossy and take over.

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  9. Lovely little sprouts! So exciting to see things return each year. Happy Gardening Brenda! (Aren't we having a great spring in Oklahoma?)

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  10. Your hostas are coming up, I'm so jealous! Expecting warmer temps this weekend so hopefully things will start soon.
    Mary

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  11. Happy that you have new things coming up. I have about six open blooms on one clematis with six more unopened, about 4 buds on another one in a different area. I was shocked to see them considering a large bush right next to it got hit really bad by a hard frost.

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  12. I am also happy to see your garden coming back to life..my daffodils at the edge of the woods are growing and plus my tulips in the backyard garden..but not my hostas yet...Can hardly wait for the blooming to begin!

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