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Monday, March 28, 2011

I Thought It Was Spring


This was the garden Sunday afternoon.
It melted a lot today but more snow is forecast for us tonight and tomorrow.  It is a very wet snow so I'm good with it.
Looking forward to much warmer weather by Saturday.

20 comments:

  1. Feel your pain, while we don't have snow, the temps have been in the 30's. Spring will come some time, right?

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  2. That doesn't seem right to have to still be getting snow. I hope this will finally be the last of it so you can work on your projects.

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  3. Ugh!!! Yes...the wet snow is better, but it's time for it to be done...just rain now:) Your place is probably ready to get those plants outside for spring!

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  4. It's very cold here, but we haven't had snow lately. I don't remember ever having such a cold March. I can't even clean my gardens, the leaves are frozen to the ground.

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  5. Yikes! Here's to warmer weather for you.

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  6. I'm getting so discouraged here with frigid temps and lack of any green shoots or open buds... but snow is just too much to bear, too much. ack.

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  7. Wow, I'm glad we're done with the snow (fingers crossed). I'm sorry it dropped on you!

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  8. I know how you feel. We had weeks of warm weather (even in the 80s), now it is wet and really cold.

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  9. No snow here. .just cold drizzle!! Maybe spring will be here to stay this weekend!! We can dream!

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  10. We must be in the same storm direction. We are to get snow tomorrow night. I went out today and checked around and posted on my blog my first winter sowed sprouts. I guess we post what we have. :) Sure hope this is the last of it.
    Cher
    Goldenray Yorkies

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  11. We had a little light snow cover again this morning... but it was gone by early afternoon. You are right - it's a good, wet snow that will be appreciated. :-) Spring is coming!!

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  12. Glad to hear that it has melted now. Hope you get to work in the garden. What can be more exciting that gardening in spring!!!

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  13. THAT is not spring! I thought it was slow getting here...but it will come, right?! Hang in there:)
    Rene
    Your words of support for my *mess* have encouraged me so much...thank you for sharing your heart with me!

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  14. We've been unseasonably warm here in Wiltshire for a week, no doubt we'll be plunged back into freezy-ness soon! I too am resolved to purchase only galvanized watering cans in future, having managed to get through a collection of plastic ones over the years. I'm sure a couple of decent ones will last longer than I will! Kathy

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  15. Oh no!

    Thanks for the comment about that thieving blog. I actually discovered that it was gone a few days ago. I didn't know they had moved to another site ? I really hope it is gone forever.

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  16. We've had snow in the forecast several times since the last weekend, but so far it's missed us completely, thank goodness. I hope the warmer weather comes to your neighborhood soon!

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  17. Yikes! Keep your snow in your garden and out of mine please LOL... The first watering can you have pictured below is the one I favor! I have had mine for 11 years and it is still going strong. My dad had the second one you show and hated it as it would over spill when watering. I found one like mine at Dollar General Store and picked it up for him. He loves it! I may just get me a second one for back up once my current one croaks.

    Good job on your sprouted seeds and I noticed a bud on my moms Christmas cactus also!

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  18. ~ONG
    We're getting little spring this weekend.

    ~Catherine
    Well, we've had snow in April before so one never knows.

    ~Rohrerbot
    I don't put plants from in the house outside until May. It's safer as one never knows here.

    ~Bonnie
    I hear a lot of gardens are waiting to be cleaned for spring. Some are still buried in the northeast. I hope you thaw out soon.

    ~Darla
    I know.

    ~Heather at Dusty Bay
    It will pass.

    ~tina
    Thanks.

    ~Laurrie
    I'm hoping I remember these days when we hit 100 degrees this summer.

    ~Phillip
    I think it's worse when it's nice for a while and then you retreat to cold.

    ~Melanie
    Well, I hope you get some moisture.

    ~Cher
    It's nice to see some green sprouts in those containers when it's snowy.

    ~Shady Gardener
    I always appreciate moisture.

    ~Chandramouli S
    Hello. Good to see you again.

    ~Rene
    I'm hanging!

    ~Kathy
    That's what I'm hoping with a galvinized can. I think the investment will be worth it. I'm eyeing a few.

    ~Melanie
    Keep up the good fight on the thieving blogs!

    ~Rose
    Thanks.

    ~Skeeter
    That first watering can is my favorite configuration but I need a sprinkler. Tell your father he's not alone in his frustration with that can. I keep it for the sprinkler but can't fill it as I should be able to.

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