Finally spring has sprung in Minnesota. Any extra time is now spent on cleaning up the gardens and yard to ready it for the growing season. The bird in the photo is a Robin. Here, we consider this little feathered friend a sign of spring as they usually wait to arrive until the worst of winter is over. This week I will be working on cleaning the fallen oak leaves out of the flower beds. Oak trees are very nice, but don’t drop their leaves all at once the way a lot of other trees do. They continuously drop their leaves until the old ones are gone and the new ones take hold. In other words, we spend a lot of time raking around here in the fall and in the early spring.
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