Friday, April 3, 2015

Just before sunrise, right on schedule and spring is here

- Just before sunrise at the condos and I wish the photo did it more justice.  It was gorgeous as I was getting into my car to leave for work at 7ish this morning. 

- Right on schedule, my potted Hosta wakes from its winter nap.  As good a sign of spring as any.  :)

- Early this morning, these plants were still in their containers from the plant nursery.  When I got home from work (early) there they were - already planted.  Neighbor Rhonda - a great container gardener. 

- And then when I got home from my manicure / pedicure (oh bliss!) her Hummingbird feeder had been added.  Now I know spring is really here.

Have a wonderful weekend, friends!

11 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

How I love your spring signalls - and your neighbour.
Have a most excellent weekend.

sage said...

It was beautiful down here today! Enjoy spring--it is a beautiful time of the year but nose is always revolting against it.

Lee said...

Autumn is here...but we've still been experiencing very warm weather...and the past few days much rain. I do love the rain, though

Happy Easter, Lynn. :)

Joanne said...

You definitely have some beautiful signs of spring where you are!!

G. B. Miller said...

Nice.

Still looking for it here.

Father Nature's Corner

desk49 said...

Spring for some
snow for others
on my blogging I see

Do hummingbirds really hum
do plants in winter sleep
you neighbor seems like a nice one
her you should try and keep

Crafty Green Poet said...

hope you have lots of humming birds visiting this spring and summer!

ladyfi said...

Lovely spring buds! It still snowy and cold over here.

Sparkling Red said...

Lovely container gardens. This week in Toronto I have just seen the tips of some early plants peeking up through the soil. There is hope yet for a proper spring!

Riot Kitty said...

I want a pedicure now. And a hummingbird :)

Snaggle Tooth said...

I'm so jealous of all that vegetation out there- At least the snow is almost gone here, but plants are just beginning.