Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
My goodness -- plowing already -- you surely have a jump on spring! --- barbara
More blooms and green... and somebody hard at work and taking full advantage of some nice weather.
plow time....guess i can expect to smell the fertilizer in the air soon enough....smiles.
If you're plowing, it must be spring.Sam
Hellebore are so hard to photograph, unless you are down on your belly like a reptile. I finally have hundreds of seedlings around the parent plant, which has two sections. One blooms the same color as yours, a kind of maroon, and the other a mottled pink and maroon. They seem prolific bloomers this year, saying Humbug to the cold weather.
It looks lovely. We still have patchy snow and those large piles of horribly disgusting dirty snow from the plows that take forever and ever to melt. I suspect a few will be here until May.
What a great collection, and I'm most amused at the cows helping with the plowing.
I love your landscape and I hope real spring will soon come to your mountains.
Ah, spring on the farm. Lovely.
So glad your spring has sprung. We got crazy weather here in San Diego County. Down right warm 80 degrees yesterday and suppose to get to 88 by Sunday. NO rain which is BAD.
What kind of flower is that? Awesome color and shape. Your cows remind me of children under foot, ha ha. Your farm looks like a wonderful place to be!
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