This past week the family and I took a small vacation to try and break up the cold weather and discover signs of spring. The day we left, there was almost a foot of freshly fallen snow on the ground! We had a great time in North Carolina. It was still chilly and a bit rainy but it wasn’t snowing. We went to the lovely Bog Garden in Greensboro, North Carolina. Signs of spring were everywhere. As we strolled along the boardwalk, we discovered the garden waking from its winter slumber. We even found one of the owls nesting in the garden again for the second year in a row.
Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest
9 thoughts on “The Bog Garden”
Love your garden pictures ( Western Pa / not much spring here yet! 🙂
Beautiful photos of your trip. That is actually the area where we are planning on relocating later in the year. We will have to check it out.
Thank you for hosting my maple sugaring post – I am honored!! And your photos are gorgeous!
Where are the instructions to post on your blog hop?
Seems like the hosting company is having issues. Let me see if I can try and correct it. My apologies.
Wow. You went to one of my favorite places. The Bog Garden. My husband and I love to go there a lot. Next time you're in the area please come by and see my Chicken Coop and Run. I so enjoy your blog. It would be nice to meet you. Thanks for hosting the Blog Hop.
As I am scrolling down, looking at your beautiful pictures, showing my husband the owl, I see my art! Wow, thanks, I don't know if I have ever been a featured blog on a blog hop. I was so surprised, because there are always such great blogs with interesting posts to link up to. You made my day, Thanks!
Thanks for hosting! I've share what might (or might not have been) my grandmother's warm milk recipe… for bedtime. And a picture of a cardinal from Thousand Words Thursday. 😉
(I love all your photos, but I am jealous of that owl! What a handsome fellow!)
Hoping you're having a wonderful week!
~ Christine @ Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers
Thanks for the great Party!
Greetings from Germany