Monday, March 19, 2012

an early start





michigan is currently having a heat wave. this week it is going to be in the 80s... the 80s! i'm convinced it's here to stay and there are no freak frosts in our future, however, last year it didn't get this hot until may. gardening has begun and these beautiful images of beetlebung farm by photographer gabriela herman make me want to get my hands dirty.

30 comments:

  1. looks great. we still have frost at night, so the gardening has to wait a little. all we can do here is start preparing :)

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  2. Such wonderful photos! Really getting me excited for the upcoming season of gardening and fresh produce!

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  3. Oh, such visions of purity and loveliness! I hope the great weather is here to stay... we deserve it after last year's long, cruel winter!

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  4. YAY for warm weather, veggie gardens and the SUN!

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  5. i live in wisconsin and this weather has been beyond amazing! :) I love your gardening post!! I've just been talking about creating an herb garden in my backyard

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  6. i didn't realize you were from michigan -- this makes me love your blog even more. love me some midwest!!

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  7. the vege image is so vibrant and fresh!

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  8. these photos are gorgeous. we had a heat wave last week and now it's back to the 40s. what a tease!

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  9. totally jealous. california's been dumping rain every couple of days. freakish weather.

    but hey, it was sunny today, and i got to escape to a beautiful farmers' market!

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  11. Today finally here up in the North in Finland it is warm. The first tea and waffles outdoors, unwrapping the layers that the winter has grown over us as wool and cotton.

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  12. looks so beautiful in the country

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  15. What beautiful photographs! It inspirse me to get growing!!

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  20. I am from TN but I have been living abroad the past 5 years and I am in the desert which usually gets cool in December and its still really warm here. Its actually kind of scary with all this weird weather.

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