One of the things I like about the State I live in – Utah – is that there are four seasons and those seasons are clear as day.
- Winter – when the ground is often sprinkled with white powder snow and the plants are frosty and well, dead.
- Fall or Autumn – when the leaves from just about every tree – except spruce, of course because it’s an evergreen – turn yellow, orange, or red before floating to the ground and getting crushed by feet or cars.
- Summer – that’s when it’s blistering hot and the humidity is dangerously low causing wildfires, not to mention if you skimp on water, your lawn will end up, well, dead.
- Spring – one of my favorite of the four seasons beside fall.
Spring, (in my opinion) is when everything start anew. All plants start sprouting, like the ones in the picture. These are from my raspberry plant. The burning bush next to the raspberries have already spread to the next door, which is my previous home. I spent most of the morning yesterday cutting the branches in the other yard, trying to keep the burning bush from spreading. It was hard work because the branches were so thick. There were times I wished we had an electric saw, this was one of those times.
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