17 MarIt's Scented Geranium Time!

Pelargonium odoratissimum (apple scented)
Pelargonium odoratissimum (apple scented)

Apple geranium always seems to lead the way by blooming first. How wonderful after the dreary winter to see her friendly little flowers!

P. grossularioides (coconut scented geranium) seedlings often visit their neighbors.
P. grossularioides (coconut scented geranium) seedlings often visit their neighbors.

Coconut scented geranium is full of mischief and loves to travel. When I start finding her babies, spring is here.

Max ventured out of his burrow for sun and water.
Max ventured out of his burrow for sun and water.

Max came out of hibernation yesterday. He sunned for a couple hours and also drank from a puddle on the patio. He’ll start eating small amounts at first and then beome ravenous. The bermuda grass has not emerged yet, so I’d better be prepared with some broccoli! We are forecast to have a few days in the low 80′s. That will get him going.

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