Thursday, March 12, 2009

Thursday Farm Photo: More Flowers (And More Snow?)


The First Daffodils in the Front Yard are Up!

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You'll find all sorts of colorful blooms here and here.

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7 comments:

  1. There you go again, tantalizing me months before my daffodils even are peeking up through the earth! I just love to see Spring coming to your farm - even as I "tsk, tsk" with impatience.

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  2. Isn't Mother Nature amazing?? She is quite the little trickster though, isn't she? Daffodils AND a snowstorm predicted??? I think she loves to be unpredictable so we can't get to sure of ourselves.

    Thanks for the photo of the flowers - hope does Spring eternal!

    How is the cookbook coming along? I am so excited for you (and for the rest of us too, 'cuz we'll get to benefit from all of your hard work!)

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  3. Wow. So early, at least it would be for us. It's wonderful to see.

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  4. Oh how beautiful! I'm trying not to be jealous - we still have about two months to go before the bulbs start to appear!

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  5. I loved the picture of the Crocus in the dead brown of last year..and the daffodils. Don't they just bring so much hope..(yes things will go on, a new start). Here we don't even bother to plant bulbs, they don't even have a chance. We finally get brave and plant summer flowers June 1,,hoping they won't freeze! Enjoy everyone of them!cocal

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  6. There's always something so hopeful about the first daffodils. We have a daffodil festival in a nearby farm community and haven't missed it once since we retired to thePacific Northwest.

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  7. That daffodil makes me believe that maybe, just maybe, spring really is around the corner...

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