Hello everyone. My, it seems like so long since I took a break from blogging that I do not know if I remember how to do it anymore. LOL!
You would think with such a long break that I would have all kinds of things to post about but that is not the case.
Life has a way of throwing us curves that we have to take care of and that is my case here. Gardening was put on the back burner for a while. Now I am ready to get with it again and my passion for gardening has returned and I am ready to get this weird winter out of the way and move onto some spring.
I hope everyone is surviving this crazy winter weather. Wow! Record lows all around here in Ohio and with no snow cover I am fearing for my flowers.
It may be freezing outside but luckily in doors under the lights there has been some over wintered plants that have given me some color.
Two of the four pelargoniums that I brought in are giving me a bloom or two. This is “Very Rosy” geranium. The picture’s are not the best since I used a little pocket camera for these shots but the petals are bright pink with deep burgundy centers.
This sad little Cyclamen needs some new soil to perk it up but it is growing and has bloomed off and on all winter for me.
I promised it that it would get some new soil this spring. I had gotten it two years ago at the Franklin Park Conservatory at Christmas time. I know! You are surprised it has not died as much as I am knowing my indoor plants survival rate.LOL!
But every bloom has been so welcome this hard winter and the blooms only make me more anxious to get my hands dirty.
Now Aspen loves the snow as you can see and he does not have enough sense to get in out of the rain for his walks but just run water for a bath for him and he is off and hiding. Go figure! LOL!
I hope you, all my gardening friends, are staying well and getting by this cold winter and I hope your gardens are not hurt by this Polar cold. Spring gets closer with every day and the days are getting longer which I love to see.