Late February and early March are exciting and hopeful times of the year. Established plants show signs of life; but pests have not yet moved in.
Ruth Lysak generously shared with us a photo of her Manzanita in bloom. This is our first official flower of the season. What a joy that it’s a local one.
Ruth’s generous gesture prompted Stephen to photograph a few spring crocus.
What is blooming in your own garden in late February and early March? Are daffodils emerging? Cool season grasses preparing to seed? Leaf nodes on roses, apricots, and tree peonies preparing to present fresh spring foliage?