This year, we don’t have many tulips. But what we have, are unique and beautiful.
When I first notice the crocuses starting to flower by the rock near to the entrance to our garden, I am joyfully surprised and immediately think “Spring is here!” But it might be only early February and there is still more waiting for Spring to arrive.
Cold, frosty, frozen. Lots of gray, mixed with some white.
Hello from our garden. It never fails to amaze us, especially in the fall.
Picking a foxglove would offend fairies, it was said in folklore to children, likely to protect them. Yes, these beauties are poisonous. The entire plant.
There are so many pretty flowers in May in Seattle! It makes May one of the most beautiful months of the year here, especially this year, when the temperatures are high on many days, and it feels more like Summer than Spring.
This morning, the snow blanketed the garden and the neighborhood. It’s early February, and we have a snow day!