Sunday, March 1, 2015

It's Spring in the Pacific Northwest

I know many of you are still dealing with cranky old man winter. I'm really hoping you'll see spring's arrival soon. We're about a month ahead of schedule here in the balmy Pacific Northwest. I think this is Nature's way of apologizing for last year's single digits.  

My daughter and I couldn't resist purchasing this adorable Primula.

Look at the tiny details on this evergreen huckleberry blossom. (Vaccinium ovatum


I saw bumblebees scurrying around earlier but unfortunately they had already moved on when I took photos.

These little Muscari started blooming today. 



Tete-a-tete Daffies


Yes, I still need to lay down mulch. Always something.

Even a spotty leaf from my Podophyllum 'Spotty Dotty.' 

I'm loving the long-neck blossom heads on Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae. 
That's all I've got for this week. If you've got a second, please click over to my writing blog and read my guest post--an essay by Susan Troccolo. It's totally gardening related!