Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Marching Towards Spring

Spring has been slow to arrive here. I took this picture one year ago today.... much less blooms so far this year.But progress is being made~ the old fencing is down.

My unbelievably darling Husband helped me convert an old chicken coop into a greenhouse:-) Want to take a peek inside?


Melons galore!! I can hardly wait to enjoy the sweet, juicy fruits of their vines.



And the Golden Zucchini are growing like weeds in their warm little corner of the world... soon they will be planted in the ground and able to spread themselves out to their liking.

Soon.... very soon:-)
You got anything blooming/growing in your neck of the woods?
~Rhonda

9 comments:

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

LOVE the greenhouse! I would love to try that!

Vee said...

Nice greenhouse...where are the chickens? Anything going on here? Not too much!

BittersweetPunkin said...

Lots blooming here...Spring has sprung. :) I have to get my starter plants going soon.
Hugs,
Robin

myletterstoemily said...

i do not have your green thumb and
definitely do not deserve your
wonderful greenhouse.

enjoy your yummy fruits and
vegetables!

Meggie said...

Great idea turning the old coop into a greenhouse. That is one handy dandy husband you have, Rhonda!

Patty said...

I love that greenhouse, what a sweet husband you have ;)

Old Centennial Farmhouse said...

What a wonderful post! Looking forward to "putting in the garden" but up here, we have to wait until the end of MAY! Only cold weather crops can go in the beginning of May! Love your baby plants!
*Ü*
Joni

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Hi Rhonda,
Your plants are looking great, I have just seeded mine, and am so looking forward to getting them up and growing. Thanks for sharing.
Sue

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