Things are happening fast in the witch’s garden this month. Everything’s growing like crazy. So I wanted to show you a few of the pictures I’ve taken so far this month.

I’ll be making a garden tour video soon, with more of the plants I have, but I want to clean the garden a bit first 😀

 

16 Comments

  1. Kelly L McKenzie

    Wow – life is a blooming in your part of the world. It is here as well. I should be outside now working on getting it under some sort of weeded control. Thank you for the nudge.

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    • Linda Ursin

      Yes, it is 🙂 I need to get mine cleaned up too. I promised Jamie Ridler a video of the garden for her Spring Garden Hop. So I’ll have to get going on that soon.

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  2. laura

    Your garden is beautiful. We bought a house in the country last September so I have been planting veggies and flowers for the last few months and am totally loving having my own, home grown everything!

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    • Linda Ursin

      Thanks Laura 🙂 I skipped the ugly parts. Sounds like you’ll have a lovely garden soon. Would love to see it.

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  3. Deborah Weber

    What a fun peek into your lovely garden. I LOVE this time of year when everything is fresh and new. A chance to get reacquainted with old friends and perhaps introduce a few new ones as well. I look forward to your video tour later.

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    • Linda Ursin

      Yes, it’s a lovely time 🙂 I’m going to have to introduce quite a few new ones this year, to fill the space after the ones I had to remove.

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  4. Thomas Maiello

    Fascinating pics. A joy to grow plants with intention and have the play along. Works really good if you can had sun and shade areas. Looks like you have a rich and diverse garden.

    Thomas Maiello

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    • Linda Ursin

      I have every kind of area, almost. The North side is still undeveloped though. I’ve been thinking of planting something there too.

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  5. kimberly

    Do you do herbology also? I’d love to hear about plant usage in your blog if you do.

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    • Linda Ursin

      I’ve worked with herbs for over 20 years 🙂 There’s quite a bit about herbs on the blog. You can find them as a sub category under Blog in the main menu.

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  6. Anna

    I am having winter now in Soth America. I miss Europe more when spring wakes up in the other speher. Especially that where I am, there’s no visible seasons, no many plants, no leaves no fall, no flowers to bloom. Enjoy your beautiful garden.

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    • Linda Ursin

      Thanks Anna 🙂 I’ve said I’m never moving further South than I already have. I like my changing seasons

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  7. Liesl Garner | Love.Sparks.Art

    We are so behind on getting our garden in this year. Thank you for the motivation to go out there and start tackling it again. This is beautiful!

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    • Linda Ursin

      I’m way behind too Liesl 🙂 These are the pretty spots 😀

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  8. Harmony Harrison

    It’s so much fun to peek into people’s gardens, especially when they live in different regions from me. My favorite plant is “Don’t Remember the Name.” It looks a bit like plantain… but then again, it looks a lot unlike it, too. 🙂

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