I started this blog to get to know other gardeners and track my own garden's progrss. It is a wonderful way to honor the stewardship I have over my plot of ground I have been blessed with. Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

March 1st - A Walk in Our Yard

Today it is  about 38* outside - that is amazing!  It is so nice and warm.  We are supposed to get more snow so we have to get outside for a few minutes today.
Just wanted to share a few pix of our yard walk.
There are things growing under the dead of winter!  YIPPEE!
This is the back yard
 This is how it looked last May - amazing what difference 2 months makes!

A walk into the side yard...
This is the same space last May
 The pond is thawing!

 This is the same area last June.

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Comeca Jones said...

I am so ready for summer thanks for the glimpse at lovely green grass its a break from the snowy pics Ive had to endure all month long.

p3chandan said...

You have such lovely garden, cant want for Spring, to see your garden flourishing again!

Darla said...

I just can't imagine! Glad you see some spring green in there.

~~Rhonda said...

Oh, Paula! Two months makes a huge difference!! It's almost hard to believe, isn't it?? Hang in there! Spring is on it's way! ~~Rhonda :)

Beth said...

Good to see some progress. You are right, what a difference two months make! You have a very nice garden and I look forward to watching it progress over the spring and summer.
Blessings, Beth

Dragonfly Treasure said...

The pond is thawing so spring is def on its way. Love seeing the animal footprints iin the snow!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

What a difference! I can see why you're excited for that pretty garden to come back to life. Hope the snow doesn't stick around much longer.

Autumn Belle said...

I love to see this place where you have your garden and home. It is a beautiful place!

Tootsie said...

is winter ever going to go away???
we woke up to 3 more inches of snow today!!! HELLO!!! MOTHER NATURE? IT'S MARCH....TIME TO MELT!!!
thanks for linking in this week!

rfazzio said...

Oh, I adore the work you've done. I envision my backyard looking this way except smaller and covered with butterflies and hummingbirds and no children!

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