“Walking in some local gardens, when a kereru (New Zealand pigeon) flew over to eat berries. Felt so blessed to be there to watch it.” Submitted by Margaret Riordan.
“In the dirt. Spring is near, soon to be bursting forth with new life—spring, Easter, rebirth all around!” Submitted by Joyce Matsko.
“Basil shoots in pairs.” Submitted by Preetha Valentine.
“Lavender plants in the kitchen garden, Jesuit Estancia Alta Gracia, Argentina.” Submitted by Pamela Hosey Long.
“In these bean plants, from the rarest seeds, dating back centuries, and in my garden, thriving.” Submitted by Suzanne Taylor.
“In my own backyard.” Submitted by Laura Waters.
“As the snow finally melts from our harsh Maine winter, I see new growth poking up from the earth through the leftover fallen autumn leaves. Those leaves decay and give nourishment to the bulbs planted […]
“Believing that spring is coming!” Submitted by Georgia Rush.