Well I can see you still have lots of snow. We did not get the amounts you did for which I am glad, yet I know we needed it for our water table.Cher Sunray Gardens
So happy for the moisture you are receiving. Have a nice week.
Come on spring! I just bought the first seeds Friday. Carrots and Nasturtiums for our salads. It's nearly time. Bill's peas are up about three inches. He keeps the old storm windows over them at night.
Brrrrr, I bet you are so ready for spring. FlowerLady
The snow in your garden has an austere beauty, and one day spring will come, with a rainbow of color.
It looks like a lot of the snow has melted but still a ways to go. I know we are both looking forward to spring!!
That looks so cold. I'm so happy not to live anywhere near that kind of snow. Thanks for sharing.
I like how you do your tours different times of the season. What fun! I seem to do a section or so at a time, but then go into more detail. I should periodically do it this way.We are having a cooler March than usual. April can't get here soon enough!
WOW! I love the views with the snow!! Your yard will appreciate all that moisture!
Thank you for the tour really enjoy it.
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