For me, it is a daily pleasure to walk around the garden and see what's appearing. Some of the daffodils are blooming and the hyacinths will soon be finished.
I like how these purple/blue flowers are closed in the early morning and then open as the sun warms them. I'll have to take a picture of them later in the day.
This is one of the clumps of tulips I planted last fall. Other patches of them are scattered about the garden beds and I know they'll add a cheery note to the place.
In some pots, a variety of pansies are flowering. They do so well in the cooler days and are always the first thing I plant in the spring.
I find this a "wake-me-up" colour.
The garden needs loving attention, but will wait awhile longer to receive it, as I'm feeling a bit under the weather right now (just a springtime bug picked up last week). It'll be back to raking, tidying and soaking up the sunshine soon. Come to think of it, I think I'll take my coffee outside and enjoy the fresh air right now!
Thank you for stopping by today. "How does your garden grow?" as Mary, Mary, quite contrary was asked.