Kia hora te mannoKia whakapapa paumamu te moanaKia tere te KarohirohiMay the calm be widespreadMay the sea glisten like the greenstoneAnd may the glimmer of summer dance across your pathways
Hi Jennifer~~ Other than that two-week mega-freeze in December. Okay maybe I'm exaggerating a wee bit. It might have been while you were in NZ. I'm absolutely positive that from here on out there will be nary an hour of inclement weather. Rain, is acceptable, of course, but nothing in the way of extremes, thank you very much. :) You've got me curious. I'll have to wander out and pull back the leaves and see if anything is cooking down there.
It's looking very Springish around here too. I've got all sorts of bulbs popping up and I've seen a couple of Cherry trees around that look close to blooming already.
Jennifer,Not that far away is it? And I usually see my first dragonfly by then too! We are looking at teens in the morning maybe for the last time this winter.
We are bragging that we have warmer weather than Florida here in BC. Well as long as that lasts we will brag. So much for the winter Olympics.I have been noticing the buds swell in the parks, and I am going snow drop hunting today. I think that I might have a good chance of finding the first ones to bloom in BC. Jen
Your mild winter is because we have very cold temps in Florida....Dreaming of Spring!
Snowdrops, huh? I'd better see what mine are up to.
Wow that is early to be seeing the green shoots. I am ready for some warmer and drier weather.
Interesting post as for me. I'd like to read a bit more concerning that topic. Thanx for giving that information.Joan StepsenComputer geek
oh how wonderful to see something popping up already! Nothing here growing... frozen solid... I would love to live in your zone! :)
So now plants are taking turns to emerge and shoot out... one after another. ~bangchik
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