Spring came today. I put on a tee shirt (with a couple of layers on top that I was able to peel off by late morning.) I took the plastic off my window in the studio and opened it up to hear the peepers! I pulled up the dead sunflower from last year and took out the leaves and planted pansies in the tiny garden next to my studio door. It was overcast, but warm and windy. More snow melted on the north sides of the barns. When it finally rained the drops were big and heavy and the air smelled warm and moist like a summer rain. I’m sure tomorrow will not be as warm as it was today, but the pansies can handle it.
8 thoughts on “Spring came today”
Yeah, pansies are tough. Love the photo. The tiny patch of garden. The pansies wrapped in rock. Touched by an artists hand. Thanks for sharing.
This little pansy garden makes me smile. Quite the charmers!!
They sure are.
Hints of the reaffirmation of life that is about to honor us.
Pansies are edible flowers, they just don’t taste that good. They are cold hardy. They look really great next to the sea shell and the rocks.
I love your little garden. Looks like you are a rock collector like me. 🙂
I love rocks and we have some great ones in Hebron.
Thanks for sharing. I am anxiously (and impatiently) waiting for my tulips to flower. Last year everything was a couple of weeks early..this year, not so much.