Victoria is not supposed to get snow in March. (Click on the image to see the wind.) The gardens are full of snowdrops - but that's as far as it is supposed to go (except for blossom snow in April). Our transplanted roses are flourishing I am glad to say - they represent the remains of hardy bushes that have likely grown on this property for 60 years. We put in a new fence last year and then transplanted the roots - one of which was the size of a small soccer ball!
I was out trimming the forsythia today and hoping the sun could overcome the zero degree temperature. Our daffodils and tulips are showing 5 inches of green.
If you are bored be sure to read my latest posts on psalms, lions, and Sunday school.
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Posted by Bob MacDonald at 4:40 PM