You can read the post here: our huge 150-year-old trees.
♩♪♫♩S'No body knows the shovellin' I've seen!It is hard work, good healthy work, but I'm happy to be indoors. I could feel Spring approaching, and decided to hasten it along. I bought some paperwhite bulbs, tucked them into my late mom's crystal bowl with some marbles for support, and have been watching them grow.
You can spot my helpers, who have to check everything out.
All of the photos were taken a day apart, Feb. 8, 9, 10, then Feb. 17, 22, 26. They bloomed on Feb. 28th.
This one (above) is fuzzy. I was outside working, brought in the camera and found humidity on the lens. I rather liked the look! Once they bloomed, I had to tie them up. Can you spot Dorah?
I had fun with light and settings.
They are so beautiful!
Beautiful, and great to show that progression.
tis a beautiful time of the year for sure.
btw, there is no linky on our world page, i wonder if you're the person to address this. thanks.
Amazing how fast these develop and bloom. It must be because of your high priced help.
So lovely to see plants grow day by day and feel spring scent indoors. How powerful they are!
Wow -- I can see them growing! Love this. Spring must be in the air! Beautiful.
Nice way to beat the snow!!!
Wow - they have grown so quickly. And wow - so beautifully too.
What a great sequence series!
Still shoveling here, as well, in northern Minnesota.. About 10 fresh inches of snow fell yesterday.
Jenn: What a great series, it is wonderful to see things grow and thrive.
Brilliant series of photos. here in Nz we are just thinking of planting spring bulbs as you will be starting to enjoy yours.
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