A few photos to prove that spring finally has a toehold in the garden. Thank goodness. It’s been a long, bleak winter.
It’s Mother’s Day this Sunday … and look at that poor old bird feeder. It’s rotting where it stands, it’s been nailed back together more times than I can remember, and the squirrels love gnawing their way through the squirrel-proof nut feeder. Squirrel-proof? Pah!
The daffodils are blooming, but only the early blooming ones. The next ones will bloom in April. The heather is blooming, too, and the dianthus plants are setting new leaves. And look at those crocuses! Scented gold, they are. The tulips are breaking ground, and so are the hyacinths. I’ve forgotten what colour they are, so when they finally bloom it will be a happy surprise. Maybe pink or perhaps blue?
What’s happening in your garden this week? I’d love to hear what early March is offering up this week!