Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Dandyland Bursts (into bloom):



There's been a lot of leaf removal here on the hill the past few days, uncovering the emerging beauties, like this flock of snow crocus.

9 comments:

Cathy said...

OH! Are you trying to make me homesick?

Apifera Farm said...

I wait for the muscarii before I swoon to far - but since the goats have been getting out, or were before we fortified [again] the fence this weekend,and ...you know this sentenceis just too long and rambling, what I mean is, the goats ate some of my spring surprises. But the pussy willows are popping, and the quince is budding.

Dan Dutton said...

Muscarii ~ my dear, it sounds as tho you're in the flowerbed with a botanist. I can only envy you that.

Now as to trying - if it works it works.

I get homesick for almost everywhere I've been.

SBD said...

I AM SICK FOR HOME...I'LL BE THERE SOON!

Dan Dutton said...

You'll barely recognize the place! LOTS of changes round here.

Mary Beth said...

Oh what a lovely sight! The Promise of renewal and thoughts of my lod Kentucky home will have me smiling for the rest of the day!

THANK YOU!

Mary Beth said...

old! It won't be a post form me without a typo!

SBD said...

MB~~~you make me feel better just by transposing letters!!!!!!! I am a pitiful typist.

Dan Dutton said...

Hi Mary Beth! KY in the spring is THE BEST. Wade up a branch to see the wildflowers can't be beat.