Spring Equinox

Spring Equinox

We look for signs of spring where we can, and, after a winter unlike any other, the chairs are finally emerging from their solid encasement of snow. Enjoy these lengthening days, dear friends.

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13 Responses to Spring Equinox

  1. Katrina says:

    Hooray! My wheelbarrow has finally appeared, too!

  2. I’m sitting here chuckling as the snow lightly falls and the pellet stove roars. I went out to check on my blueberry bushes because of the deer and wondered how I was going to get there with the several feet of snow still on the ground. Easy – I walked right on top of it. :-)

    • Crazy, I know, the only response is to laugh and remind ourselves that this is normal for New England! With this fresh dusting, at least the dirty snowbanks aren’t looking quite so unsightly… ;-)

  3. Doesn’t look like you got your peas in on St. Patrick’s Day. I lost my blueberry bushes in the heat wave we had last week in coastal Southern California. Another heat wave is coming next weekend, temps headed toward the nineties. :-(

  4. maesprose says:

    I love your snow measuring tool. It will be spring soon and you’ll be able to sit in one of those chairs soon – well, in a month or so. Happy Spring!

  5. Amber says:

    Hi! Long time….i just can’t seem to get back to my blog, but still gardening, of course. So much easier to snap a shot and post of Facebook! Came for a visit to one of my favorite gardening blogs. Hope you get relief from the snow and cold soon. I am not liking the weather this past winter here in MD and I just want 50-60 degree days so I can get some seeds in the ground. Started tomatoes, peppers and a few eggplant inside about a week and a half ago. Look forward to seeing your blogs this spring. Perhaps I will post one or two this season! LOL.—-Amber (fellow radicchio grower)

  6. Annie says:

    I think you have more snow than we have in New Hampshire. It’s all quite amazing to me. What happens to the crocus under all that snow? I planted so many corms in the fall and they are beneath 2 feet of snow.

  7. simonacarini says:

    Glad to see the chairs survived another winter. I hope springs will be lovely. (And if more snow threatens you, send it westward to fall on the Sierra: we need it)

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