Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Snow Melt Happy Dance

Yes my gardening friends, we have gone from this, 
to this, and  
from this to 
this. You do see them in the middle of this mound. Those lovely little rolled up buds of the hellebores. It is so exciting to see what a little warm weather will do in the garden. 
One just has to remember not to be dancing in the pathways due to all the mud.
 I am not complaining. I am thrilled to have mud season upon us. It means spring is on her way.
What is it looking like in your garden now?


14 comments:

  1. Mud season LOL It is good for the worms though. :)

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  2. We're in mud season, too, Lisa. I saw a few tiny shoots of daffodils yesterday and almost did a little happy dance on the driveway. But I need to check my hellebores--I'll be even more excited if I have a surprise there.

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  3. Love it! In my north-facing back yard it's still winter but out front it's summer!

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  4. Right there with you doing the happy dance! (Though slowly, as I have bad knees.) Looking forward to doing garden clean up this weekend!

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  5. Walked around today and looked at some rabbit damage. Though friends are out working it's too muddy and too early for me. But isn't it wonderful to see green!

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  6. My garden looks sort of like yours! Though, I do need to cut back the hellebores as soon as this rain stops.

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  7. I will put up with a little mud to see the bare ground instead of Snow!

    Fun and creative shots!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  8. Interesting photos and commentary.

    Soon the waiting period will be over and spring will spread beauty and joy all around.

    Best wishes

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  9. I'm not so thrilled about mud season, but it does signal that spring is getting near. Hurray!!!

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  10. Snow looks lovely when white, but when it's going it does often leave a mess.

    Once Spring has properly sprung it's a beautiful season.

    All the best Jan

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  11. Good to see the snow has left Lisa.
    Let us hope this is the beginning to your Spring and you can start making plans for your pretty garden.

    Hellebores are the most welcome of Spring flowers.

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  12. LOL, I usually am not a huge fan of mud season but I'll bet I do a big happy muddy dance this year. I'll take anything over 6 foot snow drifts.

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  13. Thanks for coming by to 'visit' ~ No new post here for you ~ Hope you are doing well? Let me know ~

    Yes, we did get an ice cream and sat on the bench in the Sun after our walk ~

    Happy Week ahead to you
    artmusedog and carol

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