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Spring?

Yesterday it was cloudy with a drizzle of rain, but at least I had some spring flowers to cheer up the day. Crocus: The first daffodil: And the violets which creep everywhere: Today we have snow. Sigh.   Advertisements

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Friday… uhhh… Saturday Flowers

What’s in the garden? 1. Dianthus, 2. Snow in Summer, 3. Princess, 4. Yarrow and Nepeta, 5. White Red Valerian, 6. Poppy (Click a description to go to a larger photo.) As for the veggies, I’m harvesting lettuce and arugula. … Continue reading

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Fresh From the Garden

 

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The Colors of Spring

  Spring is finally coming to Utah! And with it, all of the beautiful spring flowers, my favorites. I thought you might enjoy a bit of color from my garden yesterday. Hey! What’s that weed doing in there? Oh well, … Continue reading

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Garden Watch

Since it’s a beautiful day today, and rain and/or snow are likely for the next couple of days, I thought I’d see if the garden was ready for me to plant some peas and spinach in the raised beds. Look … Continue reading

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Tulip Time Too

I was excited to see Heather’s blog post yesterday of “It’s Tulip Time“, as tulips are my favorite flower and I was expecting to see some tulip eye candy. Well, I did, but not the kind I expected. Instead of … Continue reading

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The Flower and the Bee

For Friday Flowers… a lovely white columbine hosting a guest. This will be a busy weekend for me, since my stepdaughter is coming into town and then we’ll be off next week for a short cruise. Packing for cruises is … Continue reading

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007 Snap a Dozen Days – April

APRIL! March teases us with a beginning peek at Spring, but in April, it’s in full bloom. Tulips are my favorite flower, and April is when they start showing their beautiful colors. There’s something about the simple lines of tulips, … Continue reading

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