In the garden: Hold your horses, spring

Spring is nigh, my friends. Spring. Is. Nigh. These daffodils have been rocking out at the head of the driveway just in case anyone was confused, heedless to the fact that it is January, and bulbs are poking their heads out of the ground all over the darn place like this is a dance party and it’s cool to show up two hours early.

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It’s not just bulbs, people, it’s everything exploding into green and flowers and whatnot.

Spring is coming, but you still know nothing, Jon Snow.

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These herbs are having a fine old party.

These herbs are doing really well! (Also pictured: things that are not herbs.)

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My artichoke is getting HUGE

Okie dokie artichokie.

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And this little dude was blooming in DECEMBER.

Y U bloom bro.

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Bulbs are like a surprise party. They pop up somewhere different every year, eh?