The pear tree that looked like a dead tree is full of blooms and is showing the beginning of leaves.
One of the blueberry bushes has blueberries but the other 6 bushes only have blooms
The smell of the blossoms on the citrus bushes is one of my favorite scents. If we are blessed with as much citrus as we have blossoms we will be lucky this year.
This morning was the first time I had seen any life in the persimmon trees. Its not much but it lets me know they are alive and will be putting on fruit soon. Big problem is waiting until November for the fruit to be ripe enough to pick. These persimmons are as sweet as candy and worth the wait.
This fig tree was planted last June and was barely a foot tall when we bought it. Over last summer the tree grew very fast and is now over 8 ft tall.
Each side of the flamingo is pomegranate trees. Sad to say they have been planted for over two years and still look skimpy Hopefully they will both grow this year and maybe we will get a pomegranate.
Nothing says spring like a bush of azalea flowers.
The girls are happy to see spring too. They are really enjoying the last of the BokChoy. When the hens are happy we are happy with all the eggs they provide. This has been a really good egg week.
This little girl is having a good time playing in the green grass. She is hoping to find herself a few bugs.
There is nothing like living on a farm and it is more special in the spring of the year.