Adventures in a wildlife garden, and the native plants, birds, butterflies, and bugs we love!
Nature stories from the border of the Missouri Ozarks.
“If spring comes, can winter be far behind?”
Hi Anne,I just wanted to drop you a note to thank you for becoming the 100th follower (!) on my blog!I look forward to reading some of your posts, as well. Your flowers in the snow here are pretty remarkable! Where I am in the Pacific Northwest we've only had glimpses of spring so far. Certainly no warm temperatures like you're reporting!
I just came across you blog and loved the photos and variety of nature topics, so I'm glad to be follower 100!
Amazing photos, I've never seen flowers with snow before. It looks almost surreal. Very nice, hope they did survive this snow attack. Glad to hear that you like the article about the Holi festival and that it's an inspiration to share it with your students. Have a good new week!Jürgen.
Thanks Jürgen! So far it looks like my spring bulbs will survive, though we have more snow predicted in 2 days. Your site is beautiful--I hope people will check it out!
Yikes! We haven't had the snow, but we also haven't hit 60 degrees yet this year- a new record for the Portland area!
We had more snow this morning. The flakes were huge but they didn't last long. The magnolia now looks like it bloomed brown pancakes. Oh well. Hope your weather improves in Portland too! Thanks for visiting.