Friday, April 22

Friday Farm Photo: Greetings from Dogwood Valley

Front field with blooming dogwoods 2
We've never had this many dogwood trees bloom before. They're gorgeous.

Happy Earth Day!

©, leafing out and loving these gorgeous spring days—almost as much as the rain that's falling right now and watering our growing fields. Now if only the storm hadn't just knocked out the satellite Internet connection.


  1. Our dogwoods have been beautiful as well down South, particularly the pinks! With such a late Easter, the azaleas are blooming and trees all leafed out.
    Happy Easter!

  2. I have 2 dogwoods in the yard in No. Calif. It was hard work getting them to grow here. I bet it's great having a forest of them like you do. They're beautiful in the spring, fiery bright in the fall, and have berries for the birds in the winter. And they're small enough not to damage anything if they fall over in a stout wind.

  3. OMG! Congratulations!!! You sure slipped that news in qietly in the middle fo the post.

    Are you going to name her/him IAW your letter of the alphabet scheme?

  4. The dogwoods are beautiful. What a lovely view... It sounds like you have had lots of rain. We have had none for a year and we are desperate for rain. Send my way..

  5. They are so pretty when they bloom like that.


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