In the Land of Green


Things are greening up around the farmette.  Mulch is being shoveled, plants are being planted, and more flowers are blooming.  Our little maple trees that were planted last year are doing well.  


The farmer man and teenage girl were out on the golf cart checking fencing issues this afternoon.  


Last season I planted the smallest Lilac bush ever known to man and it bloomed!  Three small blossoms and here I was afraid it wouldn't survive.  



Our week of rain made for some soggy times, but Mother Nature is using it to her advantage.  


Linking up with The Barn Collective today.  



Comments

  1. That first view is just a glorious photo....after all the rain, I love a scene like that.

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  2. ...it has rained and rained and rained here, there two colors, green and brown mud! It sure looks like you have a lot to take care of. Thanks for stopping by, please stop again.

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  3. Dontcha just love it when everything turns Spring Green! I have a Miss Kim Lilac---very small---blooms last year but not this year. Weird
    I like your barn.
    MB

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  4. Isn't it amazing how much a fresh rain can green up the land? looks beautiful around your place

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  5. Pretty farm scenes and lovely Lilac!
    Have a great week!

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  6. Seeing lilacs bloom is always something special. Unfortunately their blooms are long gone her and mine didn't do too well. I just hope for next year.

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  7. I really enjoyed this post.. now I want a golf cart!! Or a 4 wheeler.. lol. I'm so pleased that you found a lilac that would thrive in your zone and that you had 3 flowers! It's a different variety than ours, but my DIL bought me one that I think is like yours. Fun! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  8. The magic of green indeed . . .
    Love when all that green is emerging everywhere . . .
    Freezing temps predicted here tonight, early tomorrow . . .
    I have things covered, tent city returned!

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  9. Ahh, the simple pleasures of life. Green grass and a pretty blossom. Your place looks lovely!

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  10. Good to see your plants are succeeding!

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  11. Spring always brings much work, but the beautiful benefits make it worth it. Enjoy!

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  12. I so love your lilac blossom. I'm always jealous with all that have these bushes in their yards/on their property. They just don't survive down here. I guess with the soil and the continual humidity it's not good for them.

    Love the golf cart photo. Sweet.

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  13. liliacs are in full bloom here, a nearby arboreteum is devoted to them

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  14. I'm a fan of most things green...that's why spring is my favorite season! It looks beautiful around your place!

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  15. Beautiful property you have! Don't you just LOVE the signs of spring and summer! :)
    Blessings,
    Leslie

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  16. Your little maple trees are going to be magnificent in years to come Michelle, good choice. Your farmette sounds like a wonderful place for children to grow up, all that lovely fresh air ☺

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  17. It is nice to see spring finally!

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  18. Big farms, small farmettes - they all take a lot of work. I think you've helped me identify a flower that I photographed today! :)

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  19. lilac's will do that, they don't need much. in a few years, you will be surprised at how big its grown!!! they are one of my favorites!!

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  20. Such a beautiful property! That's exciting about your tiny plant blooming. It's very pretty!

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  21. Your little farm is looking mighty good. : )

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  22. Beautiful pictures.. Love the lilac flowers..

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  23. Everything looks so lovely and green. Over here it is all turning brown in the summer heat. Lovely pics!

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  24. What a beautiful place to call home...so green and just bursting with spring! Have a wonderful Mother's Day, Michelle.

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