Signs of Spring

I can almost smell the sweet fragrance of the hyacinth in your garden. Nettles for pesto? That’s a new one for me. Nettles don’t seem to grow in Florida, LOL!

Laura Bruno's Blog

I spent Easter Sunday clearing away old yard debris in preparation for the new Spring growth. That felt like a symbolic way to honor the energies of resurrection and rebirth. Now we’ve got some 70 and 80 degree days, urging me to plant seeds. I can probably plant some outside, despite us being over a month away from final frost date. I also figured out a new indoor seed starting and LED light fixture system, which I’ll set up on the New Moon.

Meanwhile, some photos from this morning:

hyacinths in bloom, with more shoots to come

daffodils blowing in the wind

sedum poking through last year’s growth, plus irises, onions and a pot of mint (still sleeping)

rhubarb

young nettles in a huge pot, getting ready for pesto

more daffodils bobbing in the wind

So many things seem so surreal right now, but Nature continues its cycles, bringing beauty…

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