What has happened to winter in my little corner of the world? Usually this time of year we see "Northers" blowing in every couple of weeks. The photo of the rose was taken yesterday!
Sometimes our temperature can drop to 27 degrees. But, not this year.
Generally speaking, in my part of the world, February is a good time to plant roses. Or in my case yesterday, to move some old ones to a better spot. It is also the time I prune back the old growth.
Looking at the gardens, I noticed more roses in bloom. The dilemma became, "To prune or not to prune".
When I bought the farm 12 years ago, the landscape was all natural, with prairie grass growing right up to the doorway. Even the drive way was covered with grass and weeds.
As a follower, you know Friday is my big outside project day.
The rain barrel that I installed last week is already full of water from the rains of a couple of days ago. Yesterday, two more barrels were installed on the back side of the workshop.
As the day of projects was coming to an end, the sky began to cloud up with a norther in site.
Mr. Scarecrow's arms and legs stretched out in front of him as the winds became stronger.
I guess it's true what they say about Texas weather.....if you don't like it, just hang around and it will change soon!