In honor of the day, the shrimp plant are already partying. Is it just me or are they laughing? I guess it's a private joke.
Everyone is being goofy in the garden today. I think these four nerve daisy have decided to trade in their foliage for something fuzzy. Alright you two, take off that lamb's ear and get back in your own leaves.
Fireworks can happen in spring. Look at this dill against a back drop of mustard greens. Wow, who says vegetables aren't sexy?
I love the simplicity and easy cheerfulness of the blackfoot daisy. She loves me...she love me not...
When I get old, I want to age as beautifully as this gaillardia. This flower seems to have been blooming since January. Perhaps, she just wants to see the spring before she bids adieu.
Euryops are fickle flowers in my garden. All summer they languish and just when I've resolved to kick them to the curb, they go and do this. Fine! You're safe for now.
Spring is time to reacquaint yourself with old garden friends. In my garden, there are not many older or prettier than this Gene Boerner rose. She's been with me for close to 20 years. I hope she lives forever.
The bumbles are out en masse today. Apparently, they woke up starving and food is still a little scarce. At first it seemed they thought I was competition for these red bud flowers, because they started dive bombing me left and right. I later realized I was wearing a bright red shirt. Could that be it?
Hey Mr. Bumble, are you following me? Yes, eat the white wisteria, and leave the tasty, red shirted Ally flower alone.
This purple cone flower isn't purple yet. She's just a babe basking in sun; a hint of what's yet to come. Enjoy your spring!
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Happy Bloom Day!