Too early for Spring?

Things are budding and blooming in Southern Arizona.  I just hope we don’t have a major cold spell in the next couple of weeks.  Here are some early signs of springtime.

These are the cottonwood trees at Brown Canyon Ranch.ImageImageImageImage

These are blooms on ornamental plum trees that we see on our walks with Duffy.ImageImageImage

More spinning, knitting and weaving photos to come.

See ya,

Sandy

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About psobrien

Hi, my name is Sandy and I am a retired professional quilter turned fiber artist with my main interest in spinning wool , using natural plants to dye fiber to be used in tapestry weaving. I grew up on a dairy farm in Kentucky, travelled around the world and now make my home in Southeastern Arizona with my husband, Pat and Duffy, our Westiepoo.
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4 Responses to Too early for Spring?

  1. Cheryl says:

    That’s happening around here in Southern California too. Weird!

  2. Spring is beautiful after the lull of winter!

  3. Benita says:

    Ooooo! Look at all those pretty, spring green leaves! I am so hungry for color outside.

    I used to have a couple of ornamental plus trees that bloomed just like that – until a particularly harsh winter (although not as harsh as this one has been) froze them to death. Thank you for the pictures. I want to combine that green and that pinky color into a sweater! It might help me next winter. 🙂

  4. weaverofgrass.blogspot.com says:

    How I wish our blossom trees were out = they will be weeks yet.

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