Sprouts & Blooms

IMG_8679I’m happy to announce that my seeds of Spring have sprouted and are starting to grow. If they make it until they grow their first true leaves then pretty much they’ll grow sturdy until time to plant them in the garden. For now, I’m tickled-pink to have the sprouts. 🙂IMG_8678

Finally there’s some blooming going on in our yard.
The Bradford pear trees are gorgeous.IMG_8611The miniature grape hyacinths are scattered through out the yard.
The moles and squirrels have moved them all over the place.IMG_8654
IMG_8637My big pink hyacinths are kind of curious. I planted the hyacinths in the middle of my peonies because I knew they’d bloom early then get yucky looking and the growing peony bushes would hide them. They’ve been in the same spot for over 10 years and the hyacinths have never reproduced. I looked online for an answer as to why, but I still can’t figure it out. So, I just enjoy them as they are and be happy with that.IMG_8641


Here’s wishing you all a beautiful sunshine filled week.




4 thoughts on “Sprouts & Blooms

    • Hi Barb
      I agree. I think that’s why the new babes and even the wee sprouts of plants bring such joy this time of year. 🙂


    • Hey Mel
      Welcome to my blog.
      It’s wonderful to see you. I’ve missed you so much.
      I’m so sad for all the snow that’s still hanging on in your area. Hopefully, you all will catch a break soon. It’s amazing how quickly that the world wakes up and greens out after the snow begins to melts. However, I do love your wildlife photos through all seasons. The wildlife that visits your home know they’re safe and can get a nice snack.
      Thanks so much for visiting and leaving me a comment.
      I hope you’ll visit again soon.


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