The grass is damp, and the sun warm. I breathe deeply and have an overwhelming feeling of contentment.
The wonderful scent of Auricula wafts around the garden. Such pretty little flowers. My collection grows.
I hadn't noticed the Fritillary yesterday. I must put protection around it, as it will most definitely be a swift meal for a rabbit.
Rhododendron buds are swollen, another few weeks and they will be in bloom.
Camassia are popping up all around the garden. I divided them last year, it was a chore at the time but so glad I did.
Acers are looking good. This is my favourite, gold and red is such a lovely combination.
Perhaps this is how a mouse sees things :)
I am sure whatever is in my garden they are humming
'Oh what a beautiful morning'
Have a great weekend.
It was beautiful wasn't it - some gorgeous blossom still around here, makes me crave fruit!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to enjoy all the wonderful fruit we grow in the UK.Delete
This turned out to be such a glorious day here too. I can hear you singing! I can feel your uplifted spirit. Your garden is so beautiful!ReplyDelete
So pleased your weather is turning Lisa. Enjoy my dear friend.Delete
Oh yes, I was singing that song too!ReplyDelete
We've had some very nice days ...
Your garden is looking lovely Cheryl.
All the best Jan
It has been a long Winter, I am sure we are all going to enjoy every bit of sun we get Jan.Delete
What a marvelous post, I was swept along by it and all the beautiful blooms in your garden, I have an acer like yours, so gorgeous! Fruit blossom is the best for sure and then the confetti!!! Just loved the mouse view!!!xxxReplyDelete
I keep coming back to the mouse run in your garden. It reminds me of last winter when I found vole runs under the snow. You could see clearly where they ran under the snow.ReplyDelete
I have the same feeling this morning! Though everything here is much behind your garden, it is finally beginning to feel like spring.ReplyDelete