First!!!Yes catch those voles! Fun for you = pretty flowers for TBT!
We know you'll do your very best with the voles. :-pAs for the lovely crocuses...We'll be lucky this year if we see any before May!
I hear voles are very tasty!
Are crocuses like grape hyacinths in that they have little bulbs? We have grape hyacinths, but they don't bloom much because we're too lazy to dig them up and separate the bulbs as they grow and produce new ones, so all we get are clumps of green to show where they are now. Granted, they've been in there since before we bought the house, but still, MOL. Some we did dig up had over 20 new bulbs attached, so they must have been there for ages! Anyway, I wonder if you need to dig up and separate bulbs too? Spring is springing at your place! Whoo hoo! (it's snowing here again.. argh)
You've got flowers? Ever lucky! We've got snow, I'm afraid. purrs
We love to see crocus. It means spring is right around the corner. (hopefully) Have a happy Thursday! xoxo
Lovely flowers. We have some in our yard too.cats of wildcat woods
Mowzers...we're getting more SNOW here today. *sigh* nuttin but brown, and gray....and WHITE stuff... WE WANT SPRING!
Well they are pretty and I know you will be de-voling the best you can!
Your flowers are soooo pretty. We still have a foot of snow on the ground, so no spring flowers here for awhile.
Iza I bet you'll do a great job getting those voles! Nasty critters. WE've got 'em too and Mom hates what they do to her yard.
At least we can see what spring is supposed to look like.
Since it's still too cold here for flowers, we'll enjoy yours.
OH Mommy so misses Vancouver Island! Our grass was FULL of crocuses in the spring. Here it is too dry for them.KissesNellie
The spring flower is in your garden,how beautiful is that.
Voles are as much fun as mousies, so go get 'em kitties! You are lucky, we don't have anything blooming yet, and you aren't that far from us. There are a few buds.
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