Playing with natives and the trials and tribulations of my shady garden
Wow, awful, I feel very sorry for you. Hopefully spring will arrive soon.
It won't last of course, but not how I hoped to see the day begin :)
I know, Patty! Depressing, isn't it? Looks like we're turning the corner now, but I probably shouldn't say that out loud. ;-)
It snowed here, too but didn't lay. Are you forecast for warmer temps that will melt it all?
Oh no, I hope it has now cleared.
It was a bit depressing but I hope it has nourished your garden and you have blooms!
The weather certainly hasn't been cooperating has it? It was sunny today, but darned cold. Hopefully it will warm up a little on the weekend. On the brighter side of things, at least there are no mosquitoes and black flies!
I know, eh? Disgusting. But better times are upon us, Patty - I have a number of things in bloom finally and they are such a pleasure to see. I'm sure it's the same in your garden. Let's hope that was the LAST of this incredibly long winter.
I had a big smile there northern neighbor. We share in that weather. At least now, we seem to be in the home stretch.