The Spring season is a burst of activity in our natural world after the winter weather thaw. New life begins to emerge in front of our eyes. Spring weather can be ever changing. One day we can experience beautiful blue skies and sunshine, the next day, can bring cooler temperatures and a blustery wind.
Spring mornings tend to be cooler, but the afternoon sun brings warmth after the cold winter season.
Spring is a beautiful reminder of how wonderful nature can be! I hope that you will enjoy my pictorial review of Spring.
Meteorological Spring begins in March. The first official day of Spring is March 20th.
First signs of Spring, blooming crocus Do you have any of these sweet flowers?
Blooming Lenten rose arrives just in time for the beginning of Lent each year.
Forsythia never fails to add beautiful color to the spring season.
Tiny leaves begin to emerge on our favorite Weeping Willow on the Greenway. Piper and I always look forward to seeing this each Spring.
Spring blooming trees show off their unique colors and beauty in Downtown North Wilkesboro.
This year the Tulip trees have been gorgeous!
The March brisk winds and rains often create a beautiful storm of petals reminiscent of the glorious days of springtime.
Spring, Live life in full bloom!
Do you call them Daffodils or Buttercups? Daffodils are one of the first flowers to burst onto the scene after a few warmer days of spring like weather.
Joy was extremely curious about the blooming daffodils her first Spring season with us.
Birds chirping their glorious spring songs.
Our birding section is always a busy area inside the hardware store. If you don’t see what you need, ask us about ordering it for you.
The bees begin to work on the pollination process… not so much fun for allergy sufferers in the spring. Have you already spotted the pollen coating your car or outdoor surfaces yet???
Gone in 30 Seconds Outdoor cleaner and Wet and Forget works great to get your outside surfaces clean and clear of the grime of the wet and yucky winter season.
The tiny, bright green leaves emerge bringing a new sense of life to trees and our natural world.
The grass begins growing like crazy! The winter lull of lawn care is now over and the mowing season begins. Mowologists, are y’all ready? Check out my blog post on Mowing Grass.
Our Lawn and Garden section has been completely updated. Stop by to pick up your chemicals, OR if you have questions on where to begin for the Spring season Lawn Care Maintenance. I have a few blog posts that may help as you begin the spring garden season, check out Pulling Weeds on the blog.
New lawn care items inside our store! I’m excited about this one for your lawn. Easy steps for each season!
Then comes Tulip season!
🌷 Cookie smelling the tulips and daffodils. She loves the tulips ! Last spring she would stop by and smell my tulips at the back door every single time. I added a new set of tulips at the front door this year. Just a little too cute!
Spring is time for bright colors Each of these Blue Door Houses are uniquely designed.
💕 Robin egg blue! Iconic spring color
April often brings the Easter Bunny!
Time to shop for a new Easter Basket!
Grilling season heats up! Stop by to pick up grilling sauces, rub, Traeger pellets or even a new grill.
Yes! We can order you a Blackstone Grill too! All sizes are available.
March 12th is Daylight Saving Time, meaning more hours of daylight. Daylight Saving Time was first enacted during World War I to save energy and resources .
Enjoy the beautiful spring sunshine!
And the Spring morning sunrises.
April showers bring May Flowers… peonies are almost ready to bloom in this beautiful Spring memory.
May brings strawberry season! I love my metal dishpan from Wilkes County Hardware. I use it for gathering, harvesting, prepping garden beauties each spring and summer.
Gardening season begins in the spring! Some folks start seed indoors in the early months of spring, while others wait. Whenever the frost of early May dissipates, the gardening season goes into full swing.
Does your garden soil need a boost? Use this locally sourced soil builder to get some amazing results in your garden this spring.
The best potting soil hands down! Love this stuff! Gardeners, At the end of the day, shouldn’t you smell like dirt during Spring ????
Gardening by the signs. Do you know how to read an almanac? I plant by the signs each year in order to get the best results.
Flowers planted in the spring brings joy for the coming summer season. “BEE” happy it’s Spring y’all!
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4 thoughts on “Sensational Signs of Spring”
Wonderful blog! I can always take at least one thing away that I’ve learned.
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Thank you! So glad that you are enjoying it! Happy spring!
I’m ready. We’ve been hit with a bit of a cold snap after some lovely days. Such is spring in the midwest.
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Frosty mornings are here this week. I covered up the tender plants that were coming up early this year. Enjoy your springtime this year!