Consider how the wildflowers grow....Luke 12:27 NIV
Living small in our 880 square foot cottage and micro farming on approximately an acre of land.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

This is Why I Love May

Chionodoxa luciliae blue (yes, I had to google that)

 My Crimson King getting ready to put out leaves

 Daffodils in full bloom

Sweet Bush Cherry blossoming before anything else.

Radishes and Turnips have sprouted!

Our robins returned to the nest in the bush.  Three perfect eggs, hopefully becoming three perfect baby robins.

1 comment:

  1. I love spring too! In new jersey, we have lots of wild violets, which is our state flower, and I feel renewed as I watch the earth come back to life. I am also starting some vegetable plants. We're known for our Jersey tomatoes and last year okra was a new veg for me. My daughter and I always grow basil and make pesto together and I like using my herbs in everyday cooking. have a beautiful gardening season! Blessings, Linda