Spring has sprung

It has been about two weeks since the last of the snow melted, and I finished raking the leaves off the beds last week.

Life is slowly coming back to the gardens in New Hampshire resulting in happy gardeners with dirt under their nails, grit in their socks and stains on their knees.

It’s gardening season finally – life is good.   🙂

About Judy@NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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12 Responses to Spring has sprung

  1. Oh, Goodie! Wanna come help rake mine? 😉
    We actually had to MOW yesterday…or risk losing a grandchild in the far reaches of the yard!


  2. Isn’t it wonderful to say life is good? Not everyday can we say that. Garden is looking great so young and fresh.


  3. Ogee says:

    Yeah! Here’s to spring: sore backs and happy hearts 🙂


  4. Grandma Kc says:

    I just love your pictures and I am looking forward to watching all of your garden and flowers grow this year. I loved seeing the oak leaves on the ground, too. Oaks are something you never see in our area. They may have them in the mountains where the climate is different. Thanks for sharing ALL of them!


  5. Joyce says:

    I love seeing pictures of fresh green things poking their little heads out of the soil – you captured them perfectly!


  6. leduesorelle says:

    The arrival of our spring (never mind what the calendar says) is definitely a mood enhancer!


  7. Seasonsgirl says:

    Wow spring is coming along for you too… so happy to see that 🙂


  8. Love your spring photos, thank you for sharing.


  9. Your garden looks about the same level as ours…soon everything will start to grow again.



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