Monday, January 3, 2011

Signs

After seeing that Darla has some things sprouting up I decided to check what I could find. Actually I only found a couple of things. Hyancinth. These were the prettiest things I've ever seen. Oh but then there are the poppies and oh the .... well you get the picture.
 Daffodils will be blooming in the next 5-7 weeks.
 Mushrooms. Don't they look wierd.
 I was thinking this might be poppies but if so they are everywhere. Not so sure. I'm gonna check last years post... should've done that first. I checked last years photos and it looks like poppies.
Well I'm glad to have a new year. I have high hopes and plans for this year. I plan to put in at least one but plan on two new gardens this year. Will be getting started on that soon.

Have a great Monday.

26 comments:

Deb said...

looking forward to spring myself...

Darla said...

Wonderful signs of things to come. Some of those seedlings look a little like henbit, a weed, you'll know very soon though. They will get little purple flowers.

Marydon said...

I love the wee peeks coming thru. My ground is like a rock & not showing any signs of release to growth.

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Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

I can almost smell those hyacinths! The ground is covered in snow still here, I can't wait to see if there are any surprises under it.

Gatsbys Gardens said...

Becca, it looks so good to see green coming up in the garden. We lost our snow cover, but our winter is not over yet.

Eileen

Patsy said...

I am glad you and Darla have spring in your yards. I shoud have bulbs up next month.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Wow..some green already!! Looks good to me! :)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

AH----I'm jealous... You have so many things beginning to sprout already... Spring will come to you before it comes to me I'm sure. BUT--the good news is that we WILL have SPRING... Yeah!!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

Patty@sewingseeds said...

I love the planning stage. I took a couple of days of mid month to clean up the gardens and cut everything way back. Spring will be here in California before you know it. Did you get your sewing machine going?

Patty@sewingseeds said...

I love the planning stage. I took a couple of days of mid month to clean up the gardens and cut everything way back. Spring will be here in California before you know it. Did you get your sewing machine going?

Patty@sewingseeds said...

Sorry Becca...patience isn't my greatest virtue. I hit enter too many times!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

That looks very promising. Poppies everywhere - that is going to look fantastic. Take care. Diane

Stephanie said...

I have a few hyacinth bulbs rooting in soil. Taking forever to fluorish anything for me. Yours look terrific.

Rosemary said...

Becca how nice to see that spring green peeking thru. White here!

RainGardener said...

Oh Becca you are so lucky to see Poppies (and anything for that matter) coming up. Hope ya have a kazillion. You can tell I love 'em.
So Darla got you outside and after reading about Grace's Cyclamen I have to go outside - and it's freezing out there. Brrrrrrrr

BeautifulWreck said...

Our 4H has a beautiful Winter Garden I should take pictures so you can see.
Love reading what you have going up there North of me!

AaronVFT said...

Lovely signs of new growth. Can't wait to see the poppies and daffodils.

mysisterdalesgarden said...

I just found your garden site, how lovely. It's nice to find someone who appreciates the young new growth. We have similiar shoots coming up. I will visit your garden often to see the progress. I'd love to share my garden with you. I have over 5000 flower pictures---the most recent ones are in photo gallery 1. Becca, I hope you visit. http://www.mysisterdalesgarden.com

Miriam

Carrie @ Dittle Dattle said...

Becca, I'm so glad someone posted about the their new found sprouts in their garden! I had new shoots from my Daffodils in November! But our second coldest December on record has killed them back again. I hope they will renew themselves by March!!!

imac said...

Very neat and so pleased that you have spring showing, warms my heart.

Daisy said...

Wow! Neat to see! There won't be signs of anything sprouting here for quite some time yet.

Chibi said...

Oh, the daffodil picture is lovely! Seeing the green shoots through the dirt and leaves gives me hope. :)

awal.ny said...

Walking around the gardens to see what is growing at the beginning of Spring is my favorite thing to do. I get so excited. I wish I could grow the early bulbs but the BAD bunnies eat them as fast as they grow.

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Becca,
In the past, I would have been feeling sorry for myself because our spring is so far away. But, just now, when I saw your photos, I experienced joy, because there is new spring growth starting somewhere. I will enjoy seeing spring unfold in warmer places, and anticipate ours coming in time.

I made some progress cleaning today, but still have a ways to go.

Sharon Lovejoy said...

Thanks for the peek at what is going on in your garden!

Green dreams Becca,

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Becca... thank you so much for visiting me at my blog today... yours is beautiful!... I love seeing your little plants starting to come up, I can't wait for Spring!... your header photo is gorgeous!... xoxo Julie Marie