Spring Equinox

Kale in blossom

Happy spring! Our area, and our garden, are finally seeing some of the rain we desperately missed all winter. Maybe not enough to stave off drought, but it replenishes plants, animals, soil, and our veg starts. Spring’s promise is sweet:

Onion and beet starts; wild radish in rear

Spring comes on the World –
I sight the Aprils –
Hueless to me until thou come
As, till the Bee
Blossoms stand negative,

Touched to Conditions
By a Hum.

Emily Dickinson

Romanesco crown

 

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Writer, hiker, loafer
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4 Responses to Spring Equinox

  1. Shonna says:

    Happy Equinox my dear friend! Thinking of you and B. as we welcome Spring.

  2. utherben says:

    Happy Spring Equinox! We’re getting a winter storm today, perfectly poised (as were the last two) to snarl up the rush hour commute. Nevertheless, I welcome the new season with open arms.

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