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Enjoy photos from last spring’s garden.

Crocus Close Up - Favorite Photos

We are all well aware the current warmer-than-normal temperatures will take a nose-dive before spring arrives for good. These bouts of pseudo spring are savored, but when the mercury retreats in the thermometer we are disheartened. It is in those times my favorite photos from last spring lift my spirits and remind me of what’s to come.

It won’t be long before these old friends visit again. Anticipating their arrival restores my soul until spring is here to stay.

Daffodils add a ray of sunshine to spring landscapes.
Daffodils add a ray of sunshine to spring landscapes.
Bees are enjoying these Galanthus nivalis, commonly called snowdrops.
Bees enjoy these Galanthus nivalis, commonly called snowdrops.
My window boxes last spring held a delightful color combo of yellow, purple and white.
Window boxes hold a delightful color combination of yellow, purple and white.
Pristine white flowers smother this crabapple and light up the front yard.
Pristine white flowers smother this crabapple and light up the front yard.
Lenten roses (Helleborus orientalis) are one of the first perennials to bloom in my gardens.
Lenten roses (Helleborus orientalis) are one of the first perennials to bloom.

Enjoy the upcoming string of spring-like days. When cold temperatures return, rest assured spring always follows winter.  And then, you can garden with me!

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