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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Well, Hello There!


Sedum, sprouting at my home sweet home.



35 comments:

  1. Don't you love those little entrances to tell us Spring is around the corner. btw my cabbage rolls are basically meatloaf rolled in cabbage leaves and zesty tomatoes on top. Kind of reminds me of stuffed bell peppers.

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    1. Well, your cabbage rolls sound delish! :) I need to try them sometime! Our Lauren makes them. I'll have to get a recipe from her!

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  2. Just in time for St. Patty's Day.

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    1. Yes! They might get buried in snow this weekend, though!

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  3. Isn't green a beautiful color? I love your new header and then seeing the sedum green...just beautiful! I'll have to check and see if my sedum is coming up yet. We are currently having rain so it may be a day or two before I'm able to check it out.

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    1. Green is my current favorite color. It's invading my kitchen, especially! Love it.
      Rain here, too...and wind....snow this weekend!

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  4. Ours probably looks just the same - except they're still under 6" of snow!

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    1. If yours are smart, they'll stay underground a few more weeks!

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  5. Love these little succulents. So curvy and compact.
    Pretty header, too.

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    1. I do, too....so pretty, even before the blooms!

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  6. Wonderful!!!!
    I'm looking for spring.
    Love

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    1. It's trying to be here, even if it is quite a bit early!

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  7. Hi Betsy - nature is quite amazing and wonderful to see. An uncle took me off into his garden in Cornwall - a shrub was starting life again ... and said to me - you see that 'stick' it's been 'dead' for the last two years .. but now look at it. We both admired the garden full of benefits and new life ... a happy memory ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Well, that sounds like you had a great time with your uncle. He must have a green thumb! It's always fun to see things spring back to life after their winter hibernation.

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  8. Signs of spring. Lucky you.
    Too early here.

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    1. It's too early here, too! But still fun to see.

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  9. LOVE these!! Ours are getting to be quite big now. They were at this stage mid-January. Oh, the wonderful heralds of spring! blessings ~ tanna

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    1. It certainly is looking a lot like spring. The trees have leaf buds, too. I hope this doesn't mean summer will be here in April. haha.

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  10. No more snow
    So time for the spring show

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    1. Snow is coming on Sunday.
      Silly sprouts are early with their hurray.

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  11. I really love the harbingers of Spring.

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    1. Yes...so fun to see. Little miracles, really!

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  12. Sedum playing Peek a Poo.
    Spring not far away but not here yet. Hope the budding plants don't get caught out . . . :)

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    1. Well, everything is too early so I expect they will be frozen before long!

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  13. Sorry not to be in touch lately: I've been really ill with extraordinarily high blood pressure. Wish I could say I was better but not yet. Hope all well with you? On hols to Switzerland on Thursday so hoping to feel much more relaxed soon.

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    1. Well, that doesn't sound fun! I'm guess they are trying some medication for you. Hope you feel better...Switzerland should help a little bit I would think!

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    1. Yes, it is! Even if it is a bit early! haha.

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  15. This is a really nice photo! I like all the natural colors and textures, and how you took the shot from above.

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    1. Well, thanks, Anita! Green always looks so nice after the winter!

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  16. Ah, "Live Forever"–that's what I've grown accustomed to hearing sedum called! I'll have to check and see if ours is peeking out yet.

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