Right? Right?? Just three weeks away? Sure! We had almost twice as much snow as usual in February, and there’s no real melting in sight for the next two weeks. South of us, in the U.S., a huge storm is working its way from west to east, dumping even more snow in many places.
As much as I love the snow and ice and crisp temperatures, I’m looking forward to getting my hands dirty again. I’m also looking forward to being inspired next weekend at Canada Blooms – the annual spring flower and garden festival in Toronto, as well as the Quinte Home and Lifestyle Show, in Belleville the first weekend in April.
For now, I get my gardening fix by looking at pictures from far away (many via a link on The Propagator’s site, where the SOS craze is hosted) and by seed starting. Here’s six things happening in, or about, my garden today.
2 – Critter holes. in the snow Likely rabbits burrowing to get to their nests. So. Many. Rabbits. Never a coyote when you need one.
3 – Buds. Wishful thinking perhaps, but I choose to believe these shrub and tree buds are expanding.