The last two weeks in the garden…

by Leslie Cox; Sunday; March 24, 2019

March 10th:

First snowfall of the season - November 2017More snow! Another half inch. Not that much but enough to re-cover the garden completely. And just when we were making such good progress in the melting department.

Thankfully, it did not last long and the sun is shining brightly once again on the clumps of remaining piled up snow. As much as I would like to see much more snow accumulation up on the mountains, holding itself in reserve for the summer drought, I have had enough of the white stuff down here at almost sea level.

I am itching to get out in the garden and work the winter softness out of my muscles.

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Quote of the Week

by Leslie Cox; Sunday; March 24, 2019

We can complain because rose bushes have thorns,
or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.

~ Abraham Lincoln

Rosa 'Abraham Darby'

Happy Spring!

by Leslie Cox; Thursday; March 21, 2019

Today is the first full day of spring and boy, does it feel good to be out in the garden working now the snow has finally melted in our garden. Just last week we still had a few stubborn piles of shoveled snow and white pockets where the sun could not do its magic.

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