First Signs of Spring

Daffodil and tulip foliage is so beautiful to see emerging from the brown of winter. Temperatures are predicted in the high 50s with maybe showers too.

Peonies are beginning to grow.

Hellebores, also called Lenten Roses, are budding and will be in bloom for Easter this year.

Indoors, we harvest sprouts for salads and sandwiches. Each crunch has all the stored energy for Spring.

Seeds started indoors are beginning to grow. These native Echinacea, Gaillardia, and Rudbeckia seeds were cold-treated in the refrigerator. They will be ready to plant outdoors in late May or early June. If all goes well, they will be part of one of the goals for this season, to include more native perennials in the yard.

What are the first signs of new beginnings where you live?

What are you seeing this Spring that is part of a new beginning?

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