|This belongs to my neighbor, but is thisclosetomyflowerbed|
Hyacinth plant was an Easter treat I bought myself, it is in the yard but no more flowers, just leaves. Hope it comes up next year. This purple one was a gift for a friend. Also was trying something out with the camera.
Time to get some pansies in a pot. Weeds are already growing in leaps and bounds, cold doesn't bother them at all.
Out in the back, things are waking up too.
|Lila the lilac bush|
|Helen the haggard hydrangea|
My entwined fig tree, Francesca, and my scrawny rose bush, Rowena. Starting to grow. I got a few figs that were edible last year, I want to be able to make cookies and jams and give some to people. That hasn't happened since 2008 when it was first planted!
Here is my first double daffodil! It is so top heavy it can't hold itself up! I had to add this photo as it opened a day after the photo above of the bud was taken. I need to get a stick to support it.
One thing about the spring, besides all the extra work, is the feeling of Hope!
Joining Seasonal Sunday, Sunny Simple Sunday, You're Gonna Love It.
The Amen of nature is always a flower.
Oliver Wendell Holmes