Frosty into Spring

There was a point a week or 2 ago where we had what I’d hoped was the last frosty morning for the year.  As I’m growing a lot of vegies from seed this year I’ve been watching and waiting for that warmer weather while my seeds slowly germinate under protection… more of that in another post soon.

For now I’ll share some photos taken of that ‘last’ frost and the one after it we had on the first morning of Spring; we’ve had at least one other mild frost since then as well.  I heard the saying today that “it’s never too late for a frost” so who knows.

Wall art prints available (click the image below) – framed, metal, canvas, acylic, wood, poster and fine art prints.winter blues

2 replies to “Frosty into Spring

    1. Those leaves are everywhere here! I’ll be thankful of this valuable resource as I spend more time outside collecting them and using them for mulch / soil conditioner / compost. We have a huge oak tree (pretty sure that’s what it is!) in the front yard, it’s been bare since we moved in at the start of Winter.


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