Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Spring has sprung

After the longest winter EVER, it's finally Spring in the garden.

When this happens I remember why it rains so much out here. This beauty would not be possible without it.
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I used to hate slugs and snails but now I just don't plant their favorite food and I don't have to be stressed out about their presence. They're kind of cute when they're babies.

I haven't been doing any sewing lately. This is a very busy week.

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15 comments:

  1. You're officially in spring, and over here, well, we're already transitioning into summer. Sigh - it all goes by so fast these days! Before you know it your baby snails will be all grown up! =)

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  2. Your garden is gorgeous and so green. I just love spring (even though this has certainly not been a "normal" spring!)

    I had never seen a banana slug until I moved to Seattle. Eeecchh! Probably the most disgusting creature I have ever seen!

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  3. Just out of interest which plants have you had to avoid because of the slugs?

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  4. Those colors are nothing short of lucious.

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  5. Simply gorgeous. Is this your back yard? What a wonderful place to sit and enjoy spring!

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  6. Wonderful corner of your garden! Last week I saw a blackbird pick a snail from a plant pot to feed his young birds...

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  7. Stunning - I bet you are so glad for spring!!

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  8. Your garden is beautiful!

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  9. I'm jealous. Our azaleas and dogwoods were done weeks ago!

    Your garden is so lush and green. :-)

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  10. Beautiful garden pictures! I love the color fuschia, it is my favorite!! Thanks for sharing.

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