Posted on March 13, 2021 by Diana BlakneyGardens, creeks and bluebells Oak tree budding and a snowy Marys Peak in the background. Broken oak limb on the ground. If you look hard you can see where the limb broke. Cleaning up wood chunks so Sid can mow. Hit the first of the multiple Scotch broom sites for the second time. I’m sure there are still some left. Then on to the next site. I THINK these are called turkey tail mushrooms. Don’t trust me, though. Aren’t they pretty? No gills on the underside, just spoors (I think). Winter isn’t over, but the bluebells don’t care. Griffith Creek is wadeable according to Bianca. Sid and his tractor are scooping dirt to level that side of his raised garden. Now he has an extension on his raised garden.