Wednesday, January 21, 2015

There are signs of life all over the garden

Rhubarb

Narcissus 

Snowdrops

Blueberry buds

Pansies...a bit slug chewed, but pretty

6 comments:

Alison said...

It looks lovely!

Erin said...

Thanks Alison!!

Caro (UrbanVegPatch) said...

It's the same story here, Erin, except that I have winter brassicas growing and almost ready to pick. It's still chilly here but that's giving me a chance to prune my fruit trees. I've just linked to your blog as it was through you that I discovered the Back to Eden method of pruning which I'm giving a try out in the gardens here, so thank you!

Erin said...

Hi Caro. I absolutely LOVE the way my plain tree looks. It grew so fast it has taken on the BTE shape already. The apples should start shaping up this season. I cannot wait to see it!!

Gardeningbren said...

Oh dare I say...I am jealous!! How wonderful to see the first signs. Snow covers everything here in our garden in Nova Scotia. You will soon have flowers Erin.

Erin said...

How did your garden fare during the storm Brenda? When will things warm up and the melt begin? Soon I hope.