Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Garden Bloom in mid-March

The spring is not in hurry. Last week was warm, sunny, these days are a bit cold, sometimes rain, clouds, 
+5 С (35 А). However I keep visiting my garden, noticing every vernal sign, listening to titmice - they changed their tweet as asking winter to open a door for spring. 

There are some new sprouts through the snow:


Spring is so shy, and when they day is sunny and warm I'd like sunning my face, and I understand the plants when they're reaching for the sun rays.  
That's all for a moment!

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  1. This week has been quite pleasant and we have managed to do quite a lot on the plot.

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    1. Glad for you Sue. The weather is fine in UK.

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  2. Beautiful blooms, Nadezda! Thank you so much for sharing. :)

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  3. Se ven preciosas, asomando entre la nieve. Besos.

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    1. Quisiera que la nieve se vaya pronto, Teresa :-)

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  4. Joy to look at the flowers, but the snow is no longer welcome. Let the real spring finally show his beautiful face. Regards.

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    1. You're right, Giga, let spring come soon!

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    1. I'm glad you liked my photos, Kruunu Vuokko!

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  6. Such hopeful signs of spring! We are having much the same kind of weather--just when I thought spring was arriving early, the snow and cold returned. My poor little crocuses are huddled together trying to stay warm.

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    1. Oh, Rose! I've watched on TV the snowstorm in your place, poor vernal flowers :-(

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  7. La nieve no puede parar la primavera, amiga. Llega la época de las flores y salen a pesar del frío Están preciosas.
    Besos.

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    1. Si, plantas empiezan a crecer a pesar del frio y la nieve, gracias Laura.

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  8. Boa tarde, o seu jardim está a ficar cada vez mais bonito, as flores com as belas cores surgem rápido, vão embelezar e encantar.
    AG

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    1. Antonio, mi jardin se despierte y yo espero pronto ver mas flores.

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  9. How beautiful! The first flowers will rise in the middle of snow :-) Greetings

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    1. Yes, they will, Anne. Have a nice day!

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  10. These are lovely crocuses you have there! Very early!

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    1. It is, early and in some warm spots, Tistou. We had +5 +7 C last days.

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  11. Your captures of the spring blooms coming through the winter's snow are beautiful. We have been getting the same pattern of weather...warm days in February and the coldest temperatures of the season in March!

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    1. You're right Lee, the temperature changes and today is warmer then last days. Hope first flowers will bloom finally.

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  12. Oh, what lovely little friends you have popping up all over your yard. Good of you to share with those of us who can't see the ground. :-) I hope a permanent spring arrives for both of us. :-)

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    1. I do hope Judy. I know about the snowstorm in your place BUT spring has to arrive! And you'll see the ground and your beautiful plants.

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  13. Oh, they look wonderful. Such brave plants to come through the snow! :) I hope the good weather will continue.
    We still have much snow. Reading my note books, I noticed that in 2014 in these days I was raking the paths and cleaning beds of perennials. Not this year. :)
    Thank you for sharing, dear Nadezda!

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    1. You're welcome, Sara! Yes, I did the same. Last year photos show I cleaned the beds too and prepared green house for seedlings. Now a lot of snow around my green house.

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  14. Qué bonitas las flores abriéndose paso en la nieve! Cuantas alegrías nos ofrece la primavera. Saludos

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    1. Gracias Tania. La primabera esta invitada aqui!

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  15. How beautiful are those brave little flowers lifting their heads towards the sun. Hope soon they will be clear of snow and the sun will be warming them and you on more days of the week!

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    1. So do I Betty. I impatiently wait for warm days!

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  16. Dear Nadezda, oh winter is not over ! I see snow, poor you. It will take some weeks before you can go to the gardencentre to buy new spring plants. Hopefully the snow will melt soon. Groetjes Hetty

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    1. I do hope too Hetty.I have a wish list just prepared for a garden center :-)

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  17. Hello Nadezda!
    Oh, what a beautiful spring flowers.
    Greetings.

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  18. Those are beautiful photographs!

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  19. Absolutely gorgeous blooms! You must be sick of snow. Even so, your photos make it look beautiful!

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    1. Yes, I am, Sarah. Hopefully it melts by time.

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  20. Votos de feliz primavera com lindas flores.
    AG

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  21. добрый вечер,спасибо все эти красивые картинки.
    моя мать была русской.
    Я посетил 2 раз ваш прекрасный город.
    Monika

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    1. Monika, Théodore Bruyère, я рада что вам понравились мои фотографии. Спасибо за посещение моего блога!

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  22. A very exciting time in your garden when the snow starts to melt, the first flowers start to bloom, and the songbirds begin a new song. The delightful days of summer grow closer every day!

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    1. When nature awakes and new life starts to grow - I do love this season as well, Peter.

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