I spent much of last week working in the yards, flower gardens and vegetable garden. Finally talked hubby into using raised beds for the garden so we’re reading and shopping for that. Then I got allergic reactions to the mold, dried leaves, budding greens, and dusty equipment so I’ve been fighting the development of allergy/sinus infection into full-blown bronchitis. That’s just the way it is.
More and more crocus are blooming, seemingly by the minute. My husband will come in the house and say one wasn’t in bloom when he left the yard but is blooming when he returns. That’s spring for you. Flowers come on quick and go just as quickly. They’re gorgeous but short-lived.
Here’s some pics with a quick status check, probably very similar to yours. No wisteria, it’s sadly boring on that side of the porch.
Most of my daffodils are now blooming but look how much they’ve grown since my pic of the 12th. My first lovely earthworm of the spring, hidden under some leaves. Yipes, lots of wild onions. First bug of the spring, a beetle. Lastly, a tiny bud on an Oriental lily.
Wonderful spring, the start of another growing season. I can’t wait.