The flowering plum was given to me by my friend Nancy when Mom passed away and always brings back sweet memories when I see it, especially when it's blooming.
Aren't these pink camelias beautiful?
This forsythia was standing up straight until it rained so hard on Saturday night.
For me, primroses are a true sign of spring. I was delighted to see some green leaves on this little plant from last year!
Here's another early bloomer, Hellebore, sometimes called Lenten Rose.
Catherine gave me this plant when it outgrew her pot. I think it is called Euphorbia and is related to the poinsettia.
We have lots and lots of daffodils because the squirrels and deer leave them alone unlike tulips which they devour.
And this little character visited again and seems quite comfortable, don't you agree?
PS After consulting the bird book, I think the mystery bird in the last post is a Pacific Golden Plover!