Saturday, March 25, 2006

Signs of Spring - Forsythia Buds


The forsythia bushes by my porch are getting quite a few buds, so I know soon they'll have lovely yellow flowers. Some of my neighbors south-facing bushes have flowers already. All this makes me feel very happy because before long I'll be able to start planting things in the garden and nurturing the perennial herbs, a few of which are already perking up. Stay tuned.


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10 comments:

  1. Ohh I was just noticing them today, most of our neighbors are in full bloom, so beautiful! Spring has sprung!!!

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  2. I just forced a bunch of these in a vase last week, and they completely brighten up the house. It's impossible to be depressed when you've got bright sunny flowers blooming in the house.

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  3. Forsythia - my favorite early spring bush...unfortunately we won't be seeing them around here for probably another month.

    So thanks for the glimmer of hope - the light just around the corner - winter gone at last!

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  4. Kalyn,

    It has been raining here all day. This is a lovely photo that reminds me that yes ... spring is in the air.

    Thank you!

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  5. Very jelous. It's the opposite down here

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  6. Why does the first few signs of Spring excite me so? This post got me all giddy! I started by herb garden yesterday - I definitely have spring on my mind!

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  7. Hi Kalyn, i'm so getting behind with this WHB. Yesterday, i planted some seedlings of bak choi, Mizuna, coriander, basil and chives. With any hope and maybe a bit of luck too, they should start to come up in two to three weeks. By then i should have something to write about.

    We're having a lovely weather today and yesterday too. Spring is definitely on it's way. I harvested some daffodils from the garden yesterday too.

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  8. Oh, i forgot to say, this photo is absolutely beautiful.

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  9. Sounds like I am not the only one who is excited about spring. Mae,I don't know what mizuna is, can't wait to find out.

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  10. Kalyn, neither do i! lol. You and me both...

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