|The first beautiful Crocus tommasinianus forced inside this January|
I hope this post find you snug, warm, and enjoying the cozy moments of winter in your region. We have been driven inside by sever cold, snow and ice since Christmas. We are making the best of our winter by keeping busy with school, crocheting and some rest before the spring gardening season arrives. Here are some scenes from outside and in this week at Havenwood....
|The Birch Walk with its new yew hedge all in snow. (Remember, there are hundreds of little bulbs hiding under there! Happy thought.)|
|Our Potager with three sentinels...|
|The girls making hearts for me in the snow under the English holly (Ilex aquifolium).|
|Our "Hello" fox...|
|... and "Goodbye" bear.|
|The Woodland with more snow.|
|My indoor birdies|
|There is still a bloom on the Pelargonium from the Potager.|
|Pretty, vivid blooms of an orchid that is sitting...|
|Nothing speaks freshness to my heart the way this crocus does today... In the words of Andrew Peterson, "My Jesus makes all things new."... listen to the song below.|
Here is to hope that spring will be here again!