Sure Signs


Grass is growing.

Trees are budding.

And budding.

I do believe we’re going to have an early spring!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 7, 2012  

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  1. 3-7

    Oh hun! Yes I do believe we will!!! I have flowers on my trees and about to go mow my grass for the first time this year!!

  2. 3-7

    I know our peach and plum trees are blooming, I just keep waiting to get past Easter. I’ve seen snow and ice up until then. We are in NE Texas now. I need to start planting our kitchen garden.

  3. 3-7

    How exciting! I’m looking forward to seeing photo’s when everything is all green and in bloom on your wonderful farm. I know it’s going to be beautiful!
    Maura :)

  4. 3-7

    I just got an e-mail from my CSA and they’re predicting an early spring here in eastern WA, too! We should get our first delivery in 7 weeks–should include local green and purple asparagus–and I can’t wait.

    My spring project is starting some herbs from seed to grow inside; I finally got a plant light for them, so maybe they’ll actually grow this time. (We live in a condo and I use the only good container-planting spot I have outside for growing tomatoes.)

  5. 3-7

    I hope so for here in CO too. It’s snowing right now. Yesterday was in the 70’s. The weather is a roller coaster. I want spring and green and flowers, and leaves and blooms on trees.

  6. 3-7

    This has been showing in the sidebar for a while, don’t know if it’s just my computer or what. It’s under “Join the Community in the Forum”. Just thought I’d let you know!

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function sf_recent_posts_tag() in /home/suzannem/public_html/citr/wp-content/themes/chickens/sidebar.php on line 202

  7. 3-7

    Here in Louisiana it has been Spring for a while. We had 80 degree weather in February! Spring is in full force and we are getting a lot of rain after a VERY mild winter with only a handful of days under freezing and even then those days only hovered around 30 at night.
    I worry about what this means for us this summer. Last summer was HORRIBLE! (no rain and extremely high temps– in the 100s most days). I am praying we don’t have a repeat of those summer temps this year but with this crazy weather I am not too optimistic.
    Meanwhile, I am enjoying every single minute of this beautiful early spring!

  8. 3-7

    It can’t be spring. We haven’t had winter yet!!!
    Yvonne, that same thing is showing up on my sidebar. don’t know what it means, but I shall not click on it.

  9. 3-8

    This last Saturday I noticed a bush starting to leaf out. Yesterday, when I opened the door to leave for work (at 4:30am),
    an inch of snow awaited me. This is in Tacoma area of Washington. Mother nature loves messing with us.

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