Saturday, March 8, 2014

Gardening Humor

I saw this on Facebook 
and had to share this!
This should make you smile!

Winter Highlights





Perhaps spring won't arrive by the "calendar" date but it's coming- I'm sure of it!! 

It's so nice to see the daylight earlier and earlier and the 
days lasting longer before nightfall!

Our area has received 183" of snow since last October.   I'm hoping all this snow has been insulating things and that I won't see a lot of plant loss.

I hope March finds you all well!








Liz @ Sit With Me In My Garden
Liz @ Sit With Me In My Garden

Hello and welcome to my garden site. I hope you enjoy my garden.

8 comments:

  1. That's a heck of a lot of snow - I hope your garden is safe and sound under it all.

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  2. Everyone is excited about Spring in your country this year , I gather it been a very cold winter, I have never seen so much snow.
    Merle..........

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  3. I hope you don't see a lot of loss also. My Heather Hill is all dead looking with the zone 4 weather we've had. I'm hoping the snow did not kill them at the roots but only time will tell. It's hard to sit and wait now to see what is alive.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  4. That sign is too cute.
    What gorgeous snow pictures! And that sunset through the trees is stunning. Spring has sprung here and I'm loving it.

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  5. Lovely winter scenes breaking for spring soon...I hope!

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  6. Spring arrived here and if it does the same way in your garden prepare to wet your plants... we went from winter to Spring with 68 degrees in a week... suddenly everything bloomed like crazy and some plants and flowers ressented it. I wasn't expecting to have to water plants in March but yesterday I couldn't turn my eye and wait for April showers - that might or not come.
    I would like one of the areas in my front garden to have that look that's in your blog header - you know that raphsody of green and some color picking here and there... maybe even a statue. Do you have any suggestion of the plants and flowers I could use - mind you that this a place that will be sunny during all day from May (at least) to October. Your help and suggestions are much appreciated.
    Teresa

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  7. Oh my-so, so beautiful and so much snow, but underneath it all are your gorgeous plants-I can just imagine the beauty in Spring and Summer, I am so looking forward to seeing it all!
    Jemma

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  8. I am your newest follower here, Liz. I suppose I am going to be drooling over your gardens now!;>) xo Diana

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