Late spring is my favorite, I’m just trying to keep up!
This week we had some rich compost delivered. Shoveling that sh*t was hard work but a dunk in Goose Pond made it all worth it. I reclaimed some lawn outside the garden borders to allow for some rambling squash plants too, hopefully we have a chaotic patch of pumpkins and hubbard squash and zucchini soon.
The perennial gardens are blooming and filling in as well. The early morning dew, fog and light made for some beautiful photos, many of these were taken by Opal.
Morning fog, Hunky toads, dewdrops and campfires….life is good.
Crabapples in the early morning
dew on a dandelion
A storage trailer for acorns gets moved into place
Early morning fog on the crabapple tree
Opal found a buddy!
Early morning bus through the fog
Newt spotted in the garden
Squash plants in reclaimed yard
the perfect marshmallow
The robin’s are growing fast!
Bumble bee on Honeysuckle
Geraniums by the door
Roasted marshmallows make for a pleasant evening
Female Hummingbird resting on the feeder
Mama Bear visited the feeders this week.
A newly hatched Robin in our tool shed
Dad’s Willow is getting some love
The growing bud of an Oak Tree.
The strawberries took over this bed. I don’t mind!
This week it seems that Spring has officially sprung. The trees have leaves overnight and the world is greening-up and growing.
Who am I to get in it’s way?