slowest spring ever?

Even the weeping cherry branches I brought inside the house are slow to emerge. Sure, there are some hints of spring – the peepers, the greening of turf, nesting osprey, the steady movement of the sunrise across the big windows, moving northwest each day.

But man, I sure will be glad to see March march. You?

weeping cherry blooms

~ by kbosin on March 29, 2015.

One Response to “slowest spring ever?”

  1. No doubt spring is late this year, probably 10-14 days behind normal. In a more typical year, the forest takes-on a decidedly green haze by early April, but here we are in late March and it seems the buds are barely formed.

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