He assembled the equipment: propane bottle from the gas grill with hose and flame thrower attachment (blow torch nozzle). Only problem was he was low on propane so the flame thrower didn’t throw flames very far. But it got the job done.
This year, I remembered to take a “before” picture. The pasture we burned is the tan/brown area in front of the tree line in the background.
This purple hyacinth isn’t fazed by the snow! It stands with a snow-capped peak, undaunted amid the daffodil leaves.
Other spring happenings:
The little plastic greenhouse has baby spring greens ready to pick and toss in a salad bowl.