Saturday, February 20, 2016

Spring in the hood


Cardoons, courtesy of California. I have one - now I just have to remember what to do with it.


Daffodils are everywhere.

I should add that, while it is February, and typically the c-c-c-c-c-coldest month of the year in New York, today was spring. Warm. 61'F/16'C. No coat required. Consequently my frigid forage walk at Brooklyn Bridge Park wasn't (frigid) and was packed. January, last month, was the hottest month on record. In the world. 

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6 comments:

  1. It was 60 and gorgeous in the Catskill mountains today! I can't wait to get out and play in the dirt!

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  2. Our winter has been quite mild in for the PNW, but we've ha over 22 inches of rain since December 1st. A new record....oh yeah :-(

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    1. Sunny and mild today in Portland, where the daphne odora are in full fragrant bloom, as are the daffodils and decorative cherry trees. As we walked in the nearby forest, I thought about your Brooklyn Bridge Park walk, wishing I could have been in two places at once.

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  3. 65 in central virginia today, so we started the "spring" pruning. Yet more rain tomorrow.

    What's a "cardoon"? i shall have to ask the Google.

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  4. A record-breaking 73 here on Wed., so I "win" right? Just kidding. Those cardo(o)ns look like celery & what a great price for artichokes! Love the flower bouquets but oh my, pricey! So glad you had a full house for the BBP foraging walk, Marie.
    Cheers,
    Diane in uncharacteristically balmy
    Denver

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