Friday, March 19, 2010

72 degrees and sunny!

All over town, pollen is starting to fall. In the wild, the red maples are in full bloom. The sky is that famous Carolina Blue.

The peach blossoms are huge. Bees are here.

Beyond the gully, a tinge of green can be seen on the large oaks. It's just the hangers that fall every spring, no leaves yet, but they'll be here shortly.

It's a fabulous day. The garden center is jumping. Tomorrow will be even busier.


Darla said...

Looks like Spring in full force!!!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

The peach blossoms are so pretty Tom. This time of the year everyone is getting excited. It is so good to see things growing and starting to bloom. I imagine you will be very busy if the weather stays so nice.

Dar said...

It's that time again, to work, work, work outside. Loveit
Have a grand weekend
It's snowing here

The Gaudy Garden said...

You always seem to be a week ahead of us here and we are only an hour and a half away. Amazing....

Tom - 7th Street Cottage said...

Darla, we skipped spring and went straight to summer. I'm afraid the winter weather will come roaring back in a week or two. I need to empty out some annuals this weekend. We've got lots on sale and plenty of product on the way.

Hocking, we've been holed up inside for way too long waiting for spring to arrive.

Dar, please, please please keep that snow up there. I don't want to see even freezing temperatures.

Jim, we've got the hills and the stone which warms up quickly in the sun. You'll get there soon.

sweet bay said...

It was fabulous weather wasn't it, even a little hot. Love that beautiful peach blossom.