Yesterday was a wonderful spring day to enjoy nature. We took a walk along Big Creek and you can tell from all the leaves, trees, and random children’s playground equipment scattered throughout the forest that last week’s rains caused the creek to swell quite a few feet above the banks.
I’m also amazed to see what is still coming up around this yard. I haven’t done much with it because we should be moving to our new homestead very soon, but there are a lot of volunteers — kale, tomatoes, cilantro, and some greens that have returned. I’ll try to cut back on the number of tomatoes so there are a few strong ones growing for whoever moves in next. There are also many lovely flowers coming along.
Ah, Spring. What’s happening where you are?
P.S. I saved a BUNCH of columbine seeds awhile back (the purple flower above – it’s an heirloom in our family!). If you’d like some, leave a comment and I can mail out packets to 3 or 4 of you! First come, first served!
Such lovely photos of nature! Like a breath of fresh air. I too have columbine about to bloom. Thanks for the preview of what’s to come. It has been a bit chilly here so our blooms are not in full show yet. Good luck with your new homestead.
What nice photos! I’d love some columbine seeds! I started putting together a package of organic & heirloom seeds for you that I saved from our garden that you can plant at your new homestead!
Awesome!! I’ll email you to get your address. 🙂
Is this creek near your Cleveland house? Beautiful photos Christine! Of course, you know which are my favorites……
Yup, this is near the Cleveland house! I’m glad you liked the photos…and I don’t think I could ever guess which were your favorites! 😉
I would love so of those seeds. If you have any left let me know and I’ll send you my info.
Thanks in advance.
I sent you an email to exchange information for the seeds. 🙂
Everything is so pretty! Enjoy your new home!