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WHOHOOOOOOOOO Gardening Friends!
I have been getting gardening catalogs in the mail almost every day!!!! Ilook at all the pictures at night an ddream of spring!!!!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
Us too! This is the one time of year that I look forward to the mail....the rest of the year we dread going to the mail box for bills. lol
I was so excited yesterday when I realised it was after 5pm and it wasn't dark yet. :)
Isn't it GREAT!!!!!! Catalogs galore AND it's staying lighter LONGER!!!
so of course, it's getting ready to snow again as well,,,,then again, I usually get so sore from bending over to pick up the rocks for days on end that I can't move to do anything else.
Most of my motivation comes from walking down by the pond and looking at the trees in the gravel pit, repeatedly marveling at how they have grown, almost on there own, when most of what I've pampered has withered and died, and keep finding more and more things to do to pamper them, and am deciding to after this spring try to not buy anything more to plant till they become a good shelter belt to give some protection from the wind, and raise the humidity for better growing.
Got a bunch here also heheh. Orders sent! Ready to grow!...
whats with the snow!
WOW!!! I am still savoring each page and got more today!!! I am going to order all kinds of special SUN FLOWER SEEDS! Yesterday I got an ORGANIC CATALOG!
IS IT SPRING YET?
that 3ft of white stuff outside tells me no... sadface.
we can dream right???
I am hoping to plant all kinds of Sun Flowers so the birds can have their own "Fly Thru Drive in! :-)
I ordred some supermane sunflowers for this year. Excited to see some huge blooms!
I saw them at the local hardware store, Mammoth something or other, can't remember if they were Grey or Russian.
The other day I noticed the local hardware store has their seed rack up already!
it's been warm enough the last few days that the patch of ice in the yard left over from the storm at Thanksgiving, has finally almost disappeared, though the snow drifts are still 8 inches or so deep.