Our Kerria Japonica - or "Japanese Rose" is in bloom! It actually is naughty as it has taken over our biggest and tallest magenta Rhododendron. But since this is a farm garden and we're less than perfectionists I just enjoy it. There is no removing it from where it is without destroying both of them. The blooms are very happy and bright.
The flowers are about the size of a silver dollar. Small and fluffy.
Our weeping Birch has lots of pretty catkins hanging down.
We're so happy to have several days of clear blue skies and sunshine happening now after way too long of a spate of cloudy grey rainy days. Hallelujah! The Wild Cherry is in bloom.. do you see the little visitor? Bzzzz bzzzzz
The Apple tree is starting to bloom.. I'll get some snaps of it soon.
This is one of the new Daffodil varieties that we planted.. I'm loving the rich dark yellow-orange center.
Kristi planted several Windflowers.. this is one of them in bloom. They're very pretty!
Remember that red and white striped Tulip bud? This is it opened up fully.. it hardly looks like a tulip, does it?
A yellow tulip also bloomed in the same pot.
How does YOUR garden grow? Has Spring sprung at your house? I'm off to go swimming soon with my friend Gracie. It will be wonderful having the sunshine streaming into the pool with the water glowing bright. I hope you're having a sunny flowery week! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)