It’s a beautiful day here, the sun is shining and it’s finally warming up a bit.
I saw these choke cherry leaves started to bud out through the kitchen window and decided to take my camera to look for spring inspiration.
Here’s the beginnings of one of my columbine plants.
And the periwinkle are starting to bloom.
Symphony hasn’t decided if she should come help me or just wait on the patio.
Almost a quarter of the daffodils are blooming. I just love the spring time yellow.
I’m not sure what kind of tree this is but it has white blooms. Love those beautiful, fat buds.
Here are some tiny lupine leaves popping out. These get to be about four feet tall by July.
And the last bit of spring inspiration is the tamarack or larch trees. They are a deciduous pine tree that loses its needles in the fall and regrows in the spring. I really like that bright, yellow-green of the new growth. What is your inspiration in the spring?