March has been cool and windy with lots of rain, but things are finally beginning to bloom. Another bonus to being quarantined in the country. On a sunny day I can go outside for a change of scenery. Or I can watch the birds eating an early lunch at the bird feeder. They are probably wondering why I haven’t filled it. They eat it up so fast I have to ration it. Kind of like toilet paper these days!
It’s been a crazy spring. Not only is everything blooming late, but I almost missed getting a shot of the Spirea because of the hail storm we had. A few years ago when my daughter planted it, it was nothing but a twig!
There’s nothing sweeter than a bouquet of wildflowers picked especially for you by your grandsons!!!
I’m holding my breath, but it looks like the nasty weather is finally gone and spring is here to stay! Maybe it’s me but everything seems to be late this year. The crabapple tree in my front yard is finally budding out. I’m hoping my spirea bush will bloom next.
Seems as though spring is never going to arrive. The last freeze got the trees brave enough to bud. So, right now the only bright spot in the landscape is the jonquils giving us the hope of more to come.