Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Early Spring

I am taking a chance and doing much of my planting early this year.
There is no frost in the extended forecast...
so I am keeping my fingers crossed.


I have many of these hollow stumps around the farm 
that I am filling with Profusion Zinnias.


They did well last summer and became my favorite flower.
Take note of how small they are now...
and in a month or so, they will be big and full and covered with blossoms.
Take note, also, of my helpers.
It's always the same...
my constant companions... Tom and Fred... my handsome turkey boys.

While I work, Sammie is always there to keep an eye on the action.


Jack did a little drone flight yesterday and I edited some of the footage
for you to see how the farm is changing with the seasons.
His last footage was in January with snow on the ground.
My how things have changed!

7 comments:

Louise Stopford said...

Beautiful Bev. Thanks very muck Jack, I enjoyed the flight!!

daisy g said...

Are you kidding me? It's breathtakingly beautiful no matter the season! Thanks for the tour.

Enjoy this gorgeous spring weather!

The JR said...

I know you told me once, what kind of drone is that? I'm going to put the name in my journal this time. Thanks!

Marsha said...

I was worried about planting this early, hope no frosts for either of us! Loved the drone video!

Grandma Zee said...

I am planting early also, weatherman says no more frost, so will hope he is right. We can have frosts into middle May some years. Your place is looking beautiful. Happy Spring

jaz@octoberfarm said...

i'm planting too. i think the frosts are over. your place looks wonderful. i love seeing the raised beds!

This N That said...

I've had my perrenials out for several weeks now so you should be OK..I know you are a few degrees colder there.Jack is doing a great job with his drone..good editing too..Thanks for reminding me about those Zinnias..I couldn't remember the name of them.

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