Trailing Arbutus, two days later.

Here is yesterday’s trailing arbutus, with a difference.

Last year’s spring was fifteen or twenty degrees cooler than this one. On March 24, 2011, there was a little snow. You may recognize the same mayflowers as in the previous post, seen from above, and framed in a dusting of snow crystals.

3 responses to “Trailing Arbutus, two days later.

  1. I am concerned about the spring temperatures here as well. I have asparagus up but some of them went straight to seed in the 80 degree summer like heat. I like cool crops, leafy greens and root vegetables, but I am worried about if I can even get them to harvest intact.

    Congratulations on your blog! I love the photography and reading about the “tom pound”. thats fun.

    I’ll be back to read the earlier posts after the workday.

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