Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Garden Tuesday: Green!

I can't say I've ever seen 2 feet of snow melt in 2 weeks and leave a green lawn; the normal color for this date is brown. But green's what we have!

That's not to say all of the snow is gone; it lingers in corners that don't get sun in very early spring or late fall. But our vernal equinox will occur this weekend, and hope for spring is eternal!

12 comments:

noble pig said...

Finally the green, perfect for St. Pat's.

Channon said...

Hooray! Spring is coming. It really is.

buffalodick said...

Our went quick, too...

Pam said...

Green grass is so much better than brown grass. Yeah for spring!

gaylen said...

Wow! I've never seen that either. Guess your lawn is as ready for Spring as you are. Happy Equinox. g

Paula said...

Hallelujah! It's good to see green. (Although I thought the wintery white stuff looked so pretty in your yard.) I'm looking forward to longer daylight hours and warmer breezes, too. :-)

Patty said...

Hurray for spring! Enjoy the snow while you can because it will be gone soon!

The Blonde Duck said...

Hooray!

Honey the Great Dane said...

Wow - that looks lovely...looks like Spring is almost here!

Nichole said...

I second what Chan says!

~~louise~~ said...

I'm happy to report I'm minus the white stuff and bathing in green. No not money, green grass, and shadows of daffodils. Yipee!!!

Happy St. Patty's Day, Marjie. Thanks for sharing the green:)

TavoLini said...

I'm soooooooo looking forward to spring! We're planting our garden this weekend :)

I posted your recipe for homemade mayonnaise this week and linked back to your page. Thank you!