These daffodils have been blooming for awhile. There are also white and blue Hyacinths; I love their fragrance! It is nice to have bulbs blooming so early. The protected balcony seems to allow it even sooner than on the cool ground. šŸ™‚
On the down side, though, we’ve had a lot of rain in the last month. We cherish sunshine when we briefly see it.
Hope that as spring “really” happens this week everywhere, that you have some glimpse of it in your garden.
Till next time, happy gardening or garden-dreaming!

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  1. Lynda A. says:

    Hi Sue. I enjoyed catching up with your posts and pictures. LUCKY girl, with the extra few months of gardening season out in B.C…. We had lovely green until January here; that’s when the cold really hit. I am seeing some snowdrops poke up through the (hopefully) last of the snow on my lawn. Everything is late this year. By now, I have seen crocus popping up but this year we had a bona fide winter complete with plenty of snow in Ontario. Still cold. But yes, in two days: Happy Spring to you and yours. I will be back to Agram in a short while. Looking forward to it. Keep up the good work. Gonna bookmark your bcbalconygardener site right now. Love, Lynda.XO

  2. We have a long way to go before we even see the gardens under the snow and more to come tonight; it is supposed to be much nicer next week.

  3. Hi Lynda, Nice to hear from you. Thanks and a little snow never hust anyone. šŸ™‚ Enjoy Agram and keep in touch!

  4. Hi Roma, There can be too much snow in Sudbury….I know. Spring will come at soem point along with wonderful sunny summmer later.Take care!

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