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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!

Thursday, April 28, 2011

What's Going On In My Garden This Week!

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First I want to tell you people in the southern USA how much
my heart hurts with you.  
Please know the prayers and thoughts of many are with you.
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Things are starting to grow in my little gardens!
It has been a while since we have seen the sun and they just keep on growing!  

 L to R - Bleeding Heart, Daffodil, Monk's Hood

BULBS  
The bulbs are coming up - it has been a slow go for them because of the weather.   The bulbs on the south are starting to bloom, the ones  on the north side are much smaller.     

PERENNIALS
I have perennials coming up all over my yard!  

VEGGIE GARDEN
I just called to get our  veggie garden plowed when it dries out and warms up - like to be on the top of that list!

FRUIT GARDEN
Raspberries are pruned and old canes cut out . I also put Casoron on them to keep the weeds and grass from growing in the m . You can see the little shoots coming up!
I planted another 2 dozen strawberries and another grapevine.
Our apple, plum, cherry and apricot tree's are all pruned - just need some warm weather so they can do their thing!

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Today I am thankful for a nice warm house that keeps us safe from the elements - snow covers the ground this morning and we are warm!!!    
(Taken at 8 a.m. this morning)

17 comments:

Bernie said...

Sounds like everything's ready and waiting for some warmer weather. Lovely bright cheery daffodil.

Comeca Jones said...

I looove daffodils they never fail you. Have fun in your garden!

Jeannie B. said...

Am I looking at the wrong day or do you really have snow?? Love your top picture of the paving stones in the shade.

Dragonfly Treasure said...

I never tire of seeing you header photo ♥ Here's to the snow melting so you can get out and enjoy your wonderful garden!
*hugs*deb

xinex said...

Wow! You still have snow? Your garden's starting to look really good though....Christine

Cindy@OldTimePickers said...

So sorry for the snow. It's hard on us gardeners who are ready to get going in the dirt! You asked about my blackberries. I think they are easy to grow. You seem pretty experienced with fruit...I'd go for it. They do taste great on ice cream and in cobblers!:)

Jenni@ RainyDayGardener said...

Hope your snow melts soon, although it sounds like you have plenty of projects going on in your gardens :) Thanks for stopping by today!

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

I was totally surprised by that last photo, snow!!!

Fishtail Cottage said...

So crazy that you have snow....your little garden shed (house) out there is so cute! Thanks for linking up to Cottage Flora Thursdays!!! I'm your newest follower! xoox, traci

Carla said...

What a pretty snow scene. Is this normal for April? We are having spring weather, with summer approaching fast here in East Texas.

Tootsie said...

I am loving all that you have going on!
I feel for you with the snow...we have lots going on here too and are supposed to get snow again this weekend too!
thanks for linking in this week!!!

~✿~Icy BC said...

Your garden will be wonderful and fruitful..Can't wait to see.

Lisha said...

Love your gardening blog! I happened to notice in one of your older posts some bellflowers.(The little old fashioned ones) Years ago when I lived in another state, my great aunt had given me a start of these and I loved them. Eventually they died out and we moved and I have not been able to find these again anywhere. I would love to be able to have these again. Any help you could give would be appreciated.

Lisha said...

Love your gardening blog!! I noticed on one of your older posts some old fashioned bellflowers. I used to have these that my great aunt had given me and eventually they died out and we moved out of state and I have not been able to find any since. I was so excited to see these on your blog. I would love to be able to start these again. Is there any help you can give. Thanks and again, your blog is very interesting thanks for all the gardening tips and links.

Rosie said...

I'll bet you're so excited to see life growing again. Soon all that snow will melt away and your garden will be lush.

Karen said...

Sorry to hear about the snow, but your garden looks great! I really love your blog header...if that is your patio area, it is WONDERFUL!!

Betty said...

Hi Paula, I really like your Bloomin Tuesday picture of three plants group together. Your idea of listed what you did in each of your gardens with dates is an excellent idea, I may have to barrow that idea to keep track.
Blue skies! Betty

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