Thursday March 09th 2017, 10:52 pm
Filed under: Garden,Knit

In the side yard, nothing but dormancy yesterday.

Today, a dozen tiny green figs, and those protective brown swirls split (on the other side on this one) to show leaves inside that were already green by the end of the day.

The August Pride peach, still blooming after three weeks.

All three of the tomato varieties I planted sprouted today, two to learn about and one familiar old wonderful Sungold. And the…(where did I put it. I was going to show you) Habanero peppers with no heat, there you go. Mr. Sulu, Wimp Factor Seven, full speed ahead! (Assuming they come up, too.)

Oh, and I did some of that anticipated me-knitting: a cowl in Lachlan from Mosaic Moon, not quite that colorway but close and in that soft silky yarn. Gorgeous. I’ll show it off when it’s done.

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I’m reading this as I watch the snow predictions for the Boston area today… What a lovely breath of spring, even if only virtually! And the color of that yarn is just luscious. I might need to order some, now.

Comment by Pegi 03.10.17 @ 5:07 am

and George, over Facebook this morning (Mumbai) and his afternoon (Berkeley) – showed me all the ripe lemons… it was 80*F here today, High of 83, low of 79…. humidity 100%

Comment by Holly 03.10.17 @ 6:29 am

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