Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Corner View: Spring

There are signs of Spring everywhere! The dogwood trees are in bloom, as are the redbuds. A couple weeks ago I took this picture of the blackberry brambles in bloom near the garden.

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Yesterday, I stopped by the same brambles to show you that tiny fruits are forming.

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We have just started putting plants in the ground, for our Spring garden.

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A sure sign that it's early in the planting season, is my little assistant's cheerful willingness to help garden. I'm taking advantage of this helpfulness for as long as it lasts, because I know that it will melt away as soon as the temperatures rise.

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Gotta love those stubborn perennials! Even though the garden was tilled, the chives from last year are already back and doing well.

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Corner View is hosted by Jane from Spain Daily, every Wednesday, so that bloggers all over the world can share a little bit about what their corner of the World is like.

12 comments:

Tammy said...

Oh I wish spring would come here. It snowed ALL day long, lol.

What is that Blaze is planting?

Sandra said...

It snowed here today :(

Joyce said...

I can't wait to plant my herb garden. Your little one did a great job in lining them all in a row. xo

Emily said...

Happy gardening! I love cool spring mornings spent digging in the dirt. It looks like you're going to have some wonderful plants in the coming days!

Daan said...

You have a great hand to help out!

Just a little digging in the sun, how great is spring!

Crescent Moon said...

Tammy: Blaze is planting cabbages. So far, we just have have cabbages, snow peas, and a few herb plants.

jane said...

that´s one serious garden you´ve got there. can´t wait to see your harvest. happy spring!

likeschocolate said...

How wonderful to be able to have a garden. We have to many trees in our backyard. I wish we could have a garden. Have a great weekend.

Crescent Moon said...

We rent our garden in the University student gardens for the very reasonable cost of $25 a year for a plot. Last year, we rented a single plot. This year we are renting two.

Bonnie said...

Fun !

Victoria @ Hibiscus Bloem said...

What a great helper you have. Looks like spring is really on its way with you, sadly not so here - cold wet grey !! boooo.

sunnymama said...

Love that for your spring corner view you're out gardening. :)

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