Monday, March 16, 2015

The Garden In Spring

Yesterday, I spent a little time gardening.  I did some weeding and watered the front garden for the second day in a row.  Our temperature was a record setting 93F on Saturday and it was hot, yesterday, too.  Today is going to be cooler at only 88F.

I also took some photos of the roses that are blooming in my back garden:

The roses will continue blooming all year, but not as abundantly as the first spring blooming.  Later in the summer, when the temperatures soar to 100+, the roses get dessicated on the bushes!

Is it spring where you live?  Have you started gardening?  Or are you still waiting for the snow to melt?


  1. Hi Bless. It is spring here but too early for roses. Forsythia, pear and cherry trees, daffodils are all blooming. I'm hoping to get a bit of gardening in over the weekend.

    1. Daffodils are so pretty, aren't they? Hope you get to garden this weekend. Thank you for commenting, Greta.

  2. Roses are beautiful.. whew 90 degrees already..
    We are just getting into spring.. Daffodils are blooming, and that always tells me, that spring is close.. It is too wet ,to plant our garden, But I have my seed ready.. I am so anxious to get it started. Have a great week.

    1. I hope you have a great growing season, once it gets started. What are you planning to plant?


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