Beautiful! Have a great week, hugs, Valerie
Thank you, and you, dear Val.Hugs received and returned.
Woo Hoo and happy dances. Spring is SUCH an exciting time of the year. I will confess to daily wanders through the garden in spring seeing what is up, and how it is doing.
It sure is, EC. I'm right there with ya on looking to see what has popped:)
Sure all sprouted up and enjoying spring.
For the most part. There are evenings, they are probably wondering where their winter coats are. Heh.
Mine has exploded, too.
What a change! I love Hostas...but ours have yet to make an appearance.Thank you Sandra for sharing a touch of Spring 🌱🌷🐝Hugs ❤💮❤
Thanks, Jan. We'll be urging Mother Nature on, in hopes that yours will pop soon.Hugs received and returned.
I'm glad it's Spring somewhere. Though we are supposed to get warmer temps at the end of the week.
It's been a weird April hasn't it?
Spring is underway. So good for you. The opposite here.
I'm not sure Mother Nature is completely herself this year. She keeps forgetting it's supposed to be getting warmer....
Look at them grow! Mother Nature always amazes me. We actually went away this weekend up to Collingwood (we don't ski) because the we have not spent time away, just the 2 of us, since 2012. It was wonderful but where you have beautiful Hostas growing in your fetching garden, we were walking around in a snowstorm. I looked like a snowman:) I have to say it was so pretty and on the drive back, there was a section where they had freezing rain and the way the tree glittered in the sun was magical. Sorry for going on....I love your little garden sculptures and can't wait to see how it looks in 2 weeks
I'm so glad you got a getaway in, Birgit. Sounds wondrous.
So glad our freezes haven't killed them.
Indeed. Mother Nature has certainly been on a tear hasn't she, Donna?
You're so far ahead of us. I can't wait till mine pop! Lucky you!
They'll be popping before you know it!.....Hopefully.
I love hostas! They're pretty hardy in these parts.
Aren't they a great shade plant?
Hostas are so lovely back in the Midwest. Here in Southwest deserts, they won't survive.
What flowers do you have there, Susan?
whoa....mine haven't even broken ground yet; though a good thing, as it ...snowed again......today ~~~~~~~~~~ faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa az da tabbies say ☺☺♥♥
Dang. There's that 4 letter word again!
Yes, they are doing great.Thanks for sharing your photo's.Have a great week.All the best Jan
Now for a little more sunshine and the plants and I will both be happy:)
Wow, that's amazing!
Most heartwarming pics to see Sandra.Yvonne.
These are turning out quite well. Seems like they popped up so quickly and so lovely! Hugs...RO
A start of the summer
Wow Sandra! Beautiful!!! I hope our's will start popping up by June! LOL! Big Hugs!