Friday, March 19, 2010

Springtime in Mississippi

The John Deere tractor is ready to cut some grass!
Peach tree blossoms & leaves. I hope we get some Peaches this year for jelly!
My awesome new tomato cages that Greg & Katie built. These are much nicer and sturdier than the wire cages I've had before!
The leaves are starting to come out on my blueberry bushes. We are going to net them this year to try and thwart the birds on their fruit quest. I want some this year!
My hydrangea is coming back to life after the cold winter we've just had.
My beloved working on the chicken coop. Now, it has legs, next are the roosts, nests, and roof.
My multi-colored blooms Camellia bush at the front door.



Happy Spring! Now, we just need some consistently warm weather. But knowing Miss. it will go from 60's during the day to 90's during the day.

1 comment:

  1. What a lovely testimony to our coming Spring!

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