Anticipating Some Blooms in my Spring Garden


It seems spring has been a little cranky this year and she just doesn't want to appear. But the sun was (and I say WAS) shining brightly this morning, so I took a walk anticipating some blooms in my garden.
The star magnolia is shedding the furry coverings on it's flower buds.
The star magnolia is shedding the furry coverings on it's flower buds.
Much loved flowering quince is bursting with anticipation of it's pink/coral blooms
Much loved flowering quince is bursting with anticipation of it's pink/coral blooms
After only one year, we have some pencil sized asparagus. Can't wait to harvest these?
After only one year, we have some pencil sized asparagus. Can't wait to harvest these?
A new lilac transplanted last year is showing off it's buds - don't know if it's white or pink
A new lilac transplanted last year is showing off it's buds - don't know if it's white or pink
Excited to see how this dawn redwood fills a vacant spot in the garden. The dawn redwood is one of those "evergreens" that sheds its leaves in the winter.
Excited to see how this dawn redwood fills a vacant spot in the garden. The dawn redwood is one of those "evergreens" that sheds its leaves in the winter.
A healthy bleeding heart plant seems to grow before our eyes.
A healthy bleeding heart plant seems to grow before our eyes.
Even as a new leaf emerges, the water droplets gather in this alchemillia (lady's mantle) - a gorgeous plant for it's leaf interest and chartreuse foamy flowers.
Even as a new leaf emerges, the water droplets gather in this alchemillia (lady's mantle) - a gorgeous plant for it's leaf interest and chartreuse foamy flowers.
Heather (New House New Home)

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