Monday, March 18, 2019

March Madness In The Poconos And How To Look On The Bright Side

Hmm, what can I say? The calendar might say it's almost Spring ... yet, it doesn't look or feel like it.  But I do know it is ... coming.  That's why Patience is a virtue.

The hungry deer are fed through the Winter
 so there will be healthy Mama does and new fawns in the Summer.
I winter sowed seeds in January
so I will have seedlings to plant out by late Spring.
I planted tulip bulbs late in the Fall
so I will have beautiful flowers to enjoy in May.
I potted up some amaryllis bulbs inside in late December
so there would be beautiful flowers to enjoy indoors in March.

And when I see my first Robin ...
then I will know Spring is really here!


  1. lovely post, Jane. Happy spring - it's coming!

  2. I can not believe that your seeds grow in milk containers set in the snow! I'm impressed! I'm really far behind in planting this year - mostly because I don't have any garden beds put together yet after the move. Can't wait to see your photos of the first flower. Hang in there! Winter is almost over.