There is entirely too much to do in the garden, as usual, but spring has a way of making you stop and look.
Since last Bloom Day, we’ve had Virginia bluebells, Geranium, Irises, Violets, and native Azaleas.
In the native plant garden, the newest crop of bunnies has failed to devour the “hearts a bustin’ (Euonymous americana), and the Anemone is busting’ loose.
I’ve got Salvias for the hummingbirds, plus catmint, ninebark, Baptisia, and blue star.
And in the vegetable garden, fava beans with their cool black and white flowers and chamomile (nothing like making tea with fresh flowers).