Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – March 2013

What’s blooming in my garden on this ‘Bloom Day’?  Absolutely nothing.

Christmas Cactus

Christmas Cactus


However, I do have a couple blooms on my Christmas cactus inside.   Poor thing had been sitting in the plastic black pot from the store for 3 years and I finally put it in a real pot last month.   So at least it appears happy now. 🙂



Fairy Garden - March 2013

Fairy Garden – March 2013

This is the only part of my ‘garden’ I can even see.    Hopefully the fairies are doing okay.

Everything else is covered in at least a foot of snow.  And with highs below freezing most of the days in the 10 day forecast, there will be no big meltdown any time soon.



Garden Pond - March 2013

Garden Pond – March 2013




On a positive note, I saw three of my fish swimming yesterday!   So the heaters (one floating and one submersed) have worked another year.



Garden Shed - March 2013

Garden Shed – March 2013


One place where there is a LOT of growth is in my sweet little garden shed.    Many little baby plants are getting their jumpstart on our short growing season.   They really help the time pass while I wait for spring!  Hoping and dreaming.

Garden Shed - March 2013

Garden Shed – March 2013

To see some actual blooms this Bloom Day, check out the Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day host Carol’s blog at May Dreams Gardens.   And next month, I WILL have some blooms to share.  Can’t wait!!

Hen & Chicks - March 2013

Hen & Chicks – March 2013

2 thoughts on “Garden Bloggers’ Bloom Day – March 2013

  1. Tootsie

    well HELLO! I am so glad you popped over to my site today! I am happy to meet you…and feel for you with the snow white gardens! I am aching for spring to finally come!
    I am happy to say I am your newest follower! See you soon! Please join in on Fridays for my little garden party if you like!

    1. marysgardengrows

      Thanks for visiting! First day of spring! Keeping hope (and not looking out the window!). The snow will melt eventually. It always does! Thanks for following my blog. I added that “Networked Blogs” widget after I visited your site and my picture looked lonely on there all by itself!


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