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Sunday, March 20, 2011

This Morning, the first Day of Spring


This morning in my Greenhouse



No Bees in sight




This morning, this scene in town



Primroses to plant, just not today




Back to my greenhouse, on the first day of Spring




To seed my Sauerkraut Cabbages and give them an early start

Happy first day of Spring, my dear blogging Friends

Gina



14 comments:

  1. The flowers are lovely,but that blue wall is to die for! Hope spring comes soon to your area.

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  2. Happy first day of spring, Gina!

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  3. Happy Spring, Gina! I can only dream of a greenhouse like yours! Have a great week. xo – g

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  4. How beautiful Gina
    Shots and scenery... I wish I could do spring again right now.. we are heading into autumn

    have a lovely week.. ciao xxxx Julie

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  5. Dear Theresa, I was going to paint that cement wall black (for maximum heat absorption). Blue is almost as good and so much more interesting.

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  6. Dear Francesca, Happy Spring to you. I see you have started your Spring Cleaning. Feels good doesn't it.

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  7. Dear Georgianna, your last post was most beautiful. Your collage is worthy of a special Magazine Cover.

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  8. Hi Julie and welcome. I can't imagine our topsy-turvi world. You are getting ready for a cold season and we are just feeling the first warm days of Spring.

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  9. *sigh*
    Beautiful dreams of spring.

    What glorious color your Greek rhódon rose has!

    Interesting your cabbage seed packet: I often see German recipes calling for "Spitzkohl", but have never found it in markets here.

    To a beautiful spring,
    Merisi

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  10. Your photos are just incredibly beautiful, Gina. And to think you still have all that snow!

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  11. Dear Merisi, I love this Zuckerhut cabbage, it is so sweet and perfect. I never see it for sale, I have to grow it in my garden. It is very easy to grow from seed.

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  12. Dear Karen, your comment made me very happy. All my pictures are taken with a little point and shoot camera.
    The good thing about the new snow is that it doesn't last very long. Most of it has already melted here in the valley.

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  13. Dear Gina, how wonderful to find your blog and see your amazing photos! I can't believe you have been to Villa Spoiano! My dream is to go back and stay there; the views are amazing...when did you go to Tavarnelle??? all best, Andrea

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  14. Dear Andrea, While driving between Florence and Sienna, many years ago, we spotted a sign for Villa Spoiano. We have stayed there several times since but not lately. Our newest destinations have mostly been towards Umbria.
    Thank you for your lovely comment.

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