Monthly Archives: March 2010

Spring buds and blossoms

Each day I long for more spring flowers.  And I find them.  Here are a few photos of what is beginning to bud or bloom.

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Tadpoles!

The frog eggs have developed more and the tadpoles are better defined. In this photo you can see the mass of frog eggs which are now a mass of tadpoles.  Many of the tadpoles have left the egg nest entirely. … Continue reading

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Berry garden pruning

The raspberry plants are leafing out. This afternoon’s coning (and conversation) included the Deva of the Garden and the deva of each type of berry plant in the berry garden. I wanted guidance on how much to prune the raspberries, … Continue reading

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It’s official – Spring!

On this first official day of Spring, I welcomed our warmest and sunniest day this year.  Today the bed with the single blooming daffodil a few days ago has erupted in dozens of glorious yellow blooms amid green foliage. Two … Continue reading

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Talking to plants

Tonight I heard Jennifer McLean share her observation about a tree she loves.  She lives in an upper level apartment from which she can see this particular tree.  Yesterday she was comparing a similar tree in the same position relative … Continue reading

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Spring?

After such a long and unusually snow-filled winter, I have been searching for the least little sign of spring. I found it! The flower bulbs, including this hyacinth, are putting up green shoots. The crocuses are also beginning to show … Continue reading

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