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Saturday, February 13, 2016

For Those Covered In Snow

there is hope.  We are bone dry here but plants are coming alive.
Small yellow Snow Crocuses peek out of weeds and leafs.
A single snow crocus accidentally transplanted during in weeding frenzy survives.
The edible dandelion gives us hope.
Hold on...soon Spring will come.

24 comments:

Karen S. said...

Thank you for these lovely blossoms! There's hope for us all because that charming little ground-hog-pal of all, promised an early spring for us all! WooHoo!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, thanks for sharing your lovely blooms. We have snow on the ground and a temperature of minus 3 degrees with the wind chill. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

Cynthia said...

Those little hints of spring are so lovely in mid-February. We have had a flock of bluebirds in the trees for over a week to remind us that spring is on its way.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Bill is in AR right now. We are, at the very least, a month away from crocuses. Everything in its time. I would rather have the snow now, than in March or April.

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Ian H said...

Yeah,yeah, rub it in ! We are 3 months away from this, at least. Nice photos, though. Are they called "flowers"? Long term memory is going.

Sandra said...

wow, isnt' it early for them to bloom? yellow flowers make me happy and they seem to shout joy when i see them.. i guess i was bad because I read this post and am NOT covered in show. HE HE HE

Arkansas Patti said...

Goodness, you have a lot more color than I do. I am basically awash in beige. Hope we get a bit of snow tomorrow and Monday without the ice.

Country Gal said...

Spring will be here soon ! Pretty photos and flowers . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

JP A Quiet Corner said...

As I listen to the howling winds and watch the temp plummet to record lows overnight, those flowers were, I'll admit, warming. Do you think those dumb groundhogs knew what they were talking about when they said "early Spring"?...:)JP

Debbie said...

so pretty!! it is freezing here, zero degrees, it will a little bit yet until i see my crocus!!!

gld said...

What a nice sight! We are a little later than you in our zone 6b.

TexWisGirl said...

lovely.

Michelle said...

I like seeing these, but we are still getting snow here in Kentucky!

The Furry Gnome said...

Well we've got lots of snow, and -25C temperatures - no flowers for a LONG time yet.

LindaG said...

75 yesterday, 55 today. Crazy!
Thanks for sharing your beautiful flowers. Have a blessed Sunday, all. ♥

A Joyful Cottage said...

I can't wait for blooms to appear! We do see little sprouts of grass, though. They're showing where the snow has melted. Yay! xo

Saucy Kodz said...

Thankyou for photos of Mother Nature at work. We won't see anything for quite a while yet, but I do get excited when I see the first blooms coming out of the earth. We are experiencing - 20 to -30 today and snow coming a few times this week. You have brightened my day. lol and H to M :)

Truedessa said...

It's bitter cold here I long to see flowers again!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Thanks for the hope! AND sharing your blooms. Happy Valentines Day! :)

Liza said...

Thank you!

Lee said...

The beauty of Nature, pure and simple.

What Karen Sees said...

I'm not so patiently waiting to see flowers again!

Lowcarb team member said...

Oh these blooms are lovely, such colour to brighten up the day.

All the best Jan

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