Tuesday, March 17, 2009

The Wearin of the Green

Happy Saint Patrick's Day!
We celebrate it here with the traditional wearin' of
the green...at least in the garden. ;-)



These are the bulbs coming up near the fig tree.on the side of the housenear the edge of the vegetable garden

Princess walking out this morning to fill the bird feedersWe move the flats out to the mini green houseThis flowering almond will be gorgeous pretty soon.Happy St Patrick's Day!


An Irish Blessing
(A Blessing from St. Patrick)

May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be always at your back, May the sun shine warm upon your face, May the rains fall soft upon your fields, And, until we meet again, May God hold you in the hollow of His hand.

(Traditional Irish Blessing; origin unknown, although some attribute it to St. Patrick.)

4 comments:

Ange said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day to you!
What a wonderful way to celebrate.

And great idea keeping the seed out by the feeders. We'd probably keep up with ours if that was the case.

JGH said...

Happy (belated) St. Patty's day to you, too! Looks like your bulbs will be flowering very soon!

zilla said...

Look at those bulbs!

The only bulbs that high around here come in a pot from the grocery store!

You're off to a splendid start. I'm so happy for you!

Happy belated St Patrick's Day!

Raquel at Cool Garden Things said...

I hope you are still feeling lucky the day after St. Patrick's Day...I know a few gardeners who were unable to garden...I like your site, come see mine www.gartengrl.blogspot.com