|One branch of the Weeping Cherry tree|
|We have passed Peak Magnolia, but daffodils are in and tulips are on their way.|
|Not the best picture of what will be a very nice planter with Nicotiana behind.|
|I'm sorry to say I lost the tag on this one, but aren't these flowers cute and cheerful?|
|This is callibrachoa "Cherry Star," which is coming back nicely.|
|The pear tree is blooming in front of the rose arbor (also still blooming).|
|A couple of hearty Sparaxis survived Certain Digging Dogs.|
|And the Love-in-a-Mist self-seeded like crazy around the edges of the beds.|
This is just not fair. First day of spring and we drive I95 in a snowstorm up to Ipswich, north of Boston. Oh well, you are not skiing tomorrow!
Beautiful! --the crocus are showing some green up in these here parts.
omg! over here in my neck of the woods, I feel grateful to have 3 inches of green hyacinth leaves sticking up under the remains of 2 inches of snow.
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