Everything is beginning to grow! I love watching what I plant grow a bit more each day, and then finally being able to harvest what began as mere tiny seeds. And although that time is still far off, there has been so much change since I last posted.🌱
The seeds I planted in this raised bed are starting to come up.
And the onions are coming up as well.
Planting bean seeds
A little patch of violets
A walk in the forest
I am so glad that May is here at last …🌱
Here are a few updates and photos from the first days of May.
It has finally been warm enough for planting!
I planted onions, lettuce, turnips, carrots and beets.
The first leaves are here and the forest is slowly becoming green again. It was actually very hot yesterday (it felt like a summer day) but it was still nice to walk through the woods and see the first bits of green emerging – tiny leaves ready to unfold, wildflowers on the forest floor …
Here is a photo of the ivy plant that I had propagated from a cutting – I am so glad that it seems to be doing well. There are several new leaves!
I love this photo – plants and books in the evening light.☺️
May is truly the most beautiful month …
a photo from last week, right after the storm
There was another snowstorm here last week. Hopefully soon it will start to feel like spring. In the meantime I thought I would share some photos and updates about my plants …
I am starting a new ivy plant from this cutting.
I also repotted this spider plant recently. Here it is in the new pot – it has grown so much in the past few months.
I took a piece from the end of one of the stems and put in water, and then I will put it in a pot once the roots start to grow.
I took photos of these pillows from my shop with some plants. 🌱
golden pothos and a throw pillow from my shop
plants and pillows
And here are several notebooks from my shop.
I will be having a sale during the last week of March! It will be starting in several days.
I am going to try to post here more often. I will be posting about plants, gardening, nature, my shop, and so much more …
The first days of March have already brought several storms of wind, rain, and a bit of snow – with more snow coming this week.
a wind storm
cacti inside, rain outside
Yesterday was a very still, silent day in the forest – a day without wind or rain, and with only a few traces of snow remaining.
Only the sounds of the streams broke the silence.
a little stream in the forest ❤️
These succulents are growing so quickly – Jade, Echeveria, and Haworthia.
I love this ginger tea. It is perfect for these last cold evenings!
I am looking forward to April, when the leaves will begin to appear and everything will slowly start becoming green once again.
an old rock wall – so beautiful
from a tea bag