Tuesday, February 5, 2013

It's getting better and better!

It's 6°C today! So, in comparison to those -13°C we had 2 weeks ago today's weather feels almost as spring! 
The sun is shining, the birds are singing and some green daredevils are coming out! 
This view's just made my day :)


Tulips
More photos:




Tulips
Irises



Primroses
Sage
 
The snow is still here :)

16 comments:

  1. Oh, I love those first little signs of spring!

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    1. Me too! I'm waiting for them till autumn :)

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  2. Kocham patrzeć na budzącą się wiosnę. Pozdrawiam.

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    1. To moment jedyny w swoim rodzaju :) Potem w miarę upływu czasu nasze oczy przyzwyczajaja się do zielonego koloru. Pozdrawiam również!

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  3. We had a sprinkling of snow this morning - all gone now though!

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  4. The hope that spring brings really is like none other! Enjoy every minute of it :-)

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    1. For me, the most absorbing is awaiting for it, I wait and wait and look for any signs of it :)

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  5. You must be excited to see your flowers sprouting their little heads up, and that spring is on it's way. A few of my iris have bloomed and my calla lily's are flowering. Our weather today is overcast and high will be 64 degrees and I am cold.
    Mary

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  6. You know that the weather has been rubbish when you are celebrating that it is 6C! I know how you feel :)

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  7. hi...
    way to go go..get ready with yr fork & hoe soon..must be fun when the spring come...

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  8. Hi Dewberry,

    It is such a miracle that happens every year - the plants coming back to life! A friend of mine (many years ago) once brought (from Germany) to Malaysia a few tulip bulbs but unfortunately none survived here!

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  9. I noticed from your blog that you are expecting! Congratulations! Is it your first??

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  10. i'm waiting to see the photo of your tulip and iris since i cannot grow it in malaysia.

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