In My Garden Today...


I found signs of spring.
hello little garlic shoots.


hello hydrangea leaves.


hello early blooming azalea that gets flowers first then later gets it leaves and I have no idea what you are called but love the flaming colour of your blooms against our cedar fence.


and hello my little determined rhubarb patch.
Perhaps, 
the Missing Goat Rhubarb with Rosemary jam will be back early this spring!
*fingers crossed.
What's in your yard bloggers of the world?

16 comments:

Pipany said...

I live in Cornwall in England where the air is very mild so we have muscari, daffodils and even the tulips are in bud! Can't wait for spring warmth now x

Razmataz said...

Nothing but my dead and frozen pots from last year. Although Winter has been mild here, we haven;t a thing growing yet.

Lady Grey said...

Ooh I'm very jealous, there are no signs of spring around here yet. Such vibrant photos!

Deb said...

Oh, that is wonderful. I love to see new life around come Spring. What's in my yard in Ontario, Canada? Snow...and more coming. Have a beautiful weekend. Hugs, Deb

Anne said...

snow, snow & more snow...

Low Tide High Style said...

Don't you just love late winter when things start popping up?! I have daffodils ready to bloom, hyacinths popping up, and roses standing at the ready. We are doing a raised veggie bed this year, so I better get my act together and get it going!

Have a great weekend!

Kat :)

Sarah said...

Good Morning!
I was clicking here and there and finally came upon your blog...ok, I'm smitten with it! I've read it from the beginning and love every post.
Your photos are beautiful and your farm life is dreamy!
I look forward to seeing more . . .

There's nothing blooming here in Nebraska so I live for color right now through the blogs. :)
Sarah xo

ps..my family also own a blueberry farm.

julieann said...

Oh I wish I had signs of spring here. My chickens wont come outside. The dog needs treats to be convinced to go for a walk. The sky is blue but the ground has a soft cover of snow. Im so ready for spring. I hope to have an organic weed free garden that is my best ever. Looking at your daughters photo here with these chicks makes me long for little chicks again. My daughter wants an incubator so we can hatch some our own this year.I think that sounds fun so we may try that too.. :)

Melissa said...

Nothing yet sadly as we had snow yesterday. But hopefully soon I too will have garlic peeking up through the ground!

AnnaVallance said...

Well, we have nothing in our yard as we woke up to another fresh blanket of snow. And it is foggy which I love.

Karen Bates said...

Wonderful signs of Spring! Love the photos!

pollydove said...

WOW! No sign of Spring in my neck of the woods yet ... I just love your photography! These pictures are beautiful!

Vintage Home said...

wow great pictures...I love ho close you get to your subjects!....we are enjoying your strawberry black pepper jam right now!
We have a few snow drops peeking out..and right now it is trying to decide if it should rain or snow!

If you have time drop by & see the cutie chairs in my pictures!

Vintage Home said...

p.s. regarding your last post....you are not a horrid blogger!
Many people are having frustrations!
I am trying to get rid of word verification ...but....
Horrid smorrid.....I can't even get my blog roll to accept new blogs!...grrrrrr
VERY much looking forward to chicken chat!

Letitia Linke - The White Shed said...

Going in to autum here tomorrow! All of the leaves will be turning in to beautiful colors soon.

Michelle said...

My vegetable seeds have arrived and I'm getting ready for year 2 of having a vegetable garden. I'm still very green so I'm hoping for more produce and less jungle this year