Tag Archives: February
Eldest Daughter threw leaves over her carrot bed in the Fall and is still picking carrots, fresh and sweet in January! That gets the gardening dreams flowing again.
Colder weather has been forecast for tomorrow. Just had to take a picture of this precocious mini daffodil opening up as if it’s spring. I hope they survive.
He’ll be up soon. I’ll see the kitchen light brighten the back wall of the house before smoke billows from the chimney. Soon he’ll be at my studio door to say good morning with hugs and ‘how did you sleep?’ … Continue reading
In February? I had my seeds out ready to garden. What happened?
Tiny green twin leaves. Radish seeds have sprouted in the green house tub. Spring must be on its way. My fingers are starting to itch for the feel of dirt and fresh greens. I know it’s only February but the … Continue reading
It’s February. Cold, wet and foggy. There you are all alone, bright and smiling at me. OK, if you can, so can I. ©2016 Sharron R. McMillan
Honey suckle buds are forming little green rosettes stuck to dead twigs. Yellow primrose smiles happily through frost and rain at the side of the pump house. ©Sharron R. McMillan