Saturday, February 14, 2009
These were cut on Groundhog Day (the 2nd) , showed signs of color after about nine days, and have been in full bloom for a few days. Definately not my favorite, but they offer a glimpse of spring, which we are all longing for. In Connecticut the majority of our snow and ice is gone, leaving a dirty muddy mess behind. Our gardens won't look nice again until things warm up and dry out.
Posted by Sassafras Hill Primitives at 9:31:00 AM