can you just "smell" the Jasmine? heavenly!
In the Northern Hemisphere, the spring (vernal) equinox will occur on Sunday, March 20, at . UTC stands for Universal Coordinated Time and is the time standard commonly used across the world. In the United States, this translates to Saturday, March 19 in the Central, Mountain and Pacific time zones ( , , ), and Sunday, March 20 at 12:31 am EDT.
On the first day of spring sunrise and sunset are about 12 hours apart everywhere on Earth and the hours of daylight and night are almost equal.
In spring, the axis of the Earth is increasing its tilt toward the celestial equator — the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth's equator — from south to north. Day length increases as the season progresses.
Warming temperatures cause plants to "spring forth," giving the season its name.
(thank you Dick Fawcett of Prospect Mortgage for sending me the above information!)
yellow rose hedge is in full bloom
Favorite Cymbidium Orchid at least 35 years young!
dozens of flower spikes every Spring
I inherited this beauty from my Mom
Angel Trumpet which I planted from a small cutting last year!
yellow Epi (poor man's orchid)
also started from a "pup" a few years ago
Gorgeous rose planted for me by my dear husband last year.
can you believe these profusely blooming miniature margarites?
How is your garden growing???
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Posted by Carla B. Reeves at 6:22 PM
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Earl Warren Showgrounds
General Admission $14
Thursday, March 3, 2016
We learned some new synonyms with this thank you note!
The Teacher's Fund is proud to donate books of every kind,
including dictionaries and thesauruses.
While computers may be a great resource as well,
it's fun to see students enjoying the discovery of
new words simply by opening a book and turning
its pages. You're welcome, Bethany. Enjoy!
Posted by Carla B. Reeves at 10:37 AM