We had a very mild winter, with the snow becoming less likely with each passing day. The chickens have started laying again and this is as early as I ever recall seeing the crocus up.
A gift from Yokohama is one of the highlights of my basic training ride.
Took a short break to play around with something I haven't touched in a year: Lensbaby!
They bloom late and take up a bunch of space, but what would our garden be without asters? Not nearly as beautiful.
After last year's record cold spring, the pleasant string of weekends has our garden insanely full of flowers, bees, and birds looking to make nests.
With no car, but a busy urban homestead, we find a way to get more efficiency out of our bicycle.
Rubus spectabilis in bloom; yes it can be a spreading thug, but the hummingbirds love it and it's a great addition to our hedgerow.
When the garden outside seems grim and the weather unforgivingly bleak, there's always bulbs to be forced.