Thursday, April 18, 2019

Garden Thursday

Hello and welcome to Garden Thursday. As Ducky showed you we got more snow on Sunday. That is twice in the last week. I knew we came out of hibernation too early.

Although we are seeing a few more signs of spring. The lilac is starting to show green for the leaves that will soon be opening up. 
 A few new daffs that haven't been dumped on by any snow.
 Just a few spots where the four-sith-ia is about ready to start blooming.
 The tree guys showed up again to attack a couple of trees, our maple and one of our pine trees too. They were only hear for about a half of day. It was raining yesterday afternoon, so mum didn't go out to see exactly what they did.
 The goldy finches are still working on getting all bright yellow for the summer. Plus we saw our first Chip the Munk yesterday. I little fuzzy, mum took the pic at a distance and then biggified it.
Have a happy time, see you next week. Love, Virginger, Glimmer, Trooper and Fleur.


  1. Ahh, all wonderful signs of spring!

  2. Love yer signs of Spring. Our forsithia are gone now already, and some of our daffs. But TBT took pictures and will start out Garden Tour next week!

  3. Yes indeed, Spring is taking it all seriously now!

  4. hay ewe galz....we act shoo a lee spied three daffy dilz thiz two morrowz spozed ta bee like 40 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...we hope de tree doodz dinna take a way two much tree ~~~ happee week a head :) ♥♥

  5. Snow? Wow! Our weather is beautiful right now and #1 is spending quite a bit of time in the garden with Ollie (we can watch some of it from the cat run). She has been struggling to remove the bramble that had invaded so many of our bushes.

    The Chans

  6. Did we already tell you about the lilacs at our old house? The new owners cut down one and then probably wondered why there were no blooms on the remaining one!

    We're sorry about more tree loss. We never like to see that.

  7. Well, I think if the trees and flowers say it's time to come out of hibernation, then it's time for you four also. Mother Nature has become a little confused - forgive her: she's very very old!

    Sydney, Australia


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