Daffodils, of course,
A small patch of Violets
Scillas have naturalized and spread their lovely true blue flowers all over both the front and back gardens.
My faithful Bloodroot blooms every Spring. The pure white flowers appear before the foliage begins to unfold. After blooming the large leaves will grow to their full size and if I remember to keep it watered they stay nice all summer. Otherwise the plant sort of disappears ( which is why I've chosen to grow it in a pot.)
Today we are back to rain again and that's the forecast for the next 3 or 4 days.
BTW, I went to the thrift store today and found a wide brimmed gardening hat. Well, it's more like a Tilly hat but I'm going to use it to keep my face from getting sunburned again!!
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