Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Spring has sprung

The Bunny under the neighbor's shed

a mossy spot

under the bench

wild violets in the grass

always work to be done

late afternoon sun

trees budding out

berry brambles

honeysuckle on the fence

flowering almond near the watering cans


Tara said...

Violets and buds and bunnies.... you're way ahead of us!

I think we started our seeds to early... they are really getting leggy and falling over- I propped em' up with skewers. Husband says they may have to be transplanted into coffee cans before they make it outside.

Kate in NJ said...

We always start soemthing too all get so excited.
DH is out there right now, with P..checking everything, moving seedlings into the last of the sun for the day...;-)

A. said...

Sigh. I wish I had hyacinths. We do, however, have a cottontail twin.

I did great with raspberries last year, but the chipmunks ate all my strawberries. How do you keep those toothy little things out of your berries?