......or three. That's Cleo (on the left), Jasmine and Kaspurr, being just a little too helpful.
There's a lone pink hyacinth in the rose and clematis garden, and more blooming gaily in other gardens, but I'll show you those next time.
Here's a cheerful white clump growing over by the vegetable garden, where once a compost pile sat. I tossed them on the pile years ago, thinking they were beyond saving, but the hardy little bulbs grew and bloomed, continuing to delight us each spring.
The small blue blooms of Scilla blend well with the bright yellow daffs.
I couldn't leave out the last of the crocus.
These lovely pale beauties have finished blooming now.....
Down by the road the fence garden is doing its share.....
.....providing plenty of bright yellow bouquets for the house, and church on Sunday.
There are a couple of clumps of these old fashioned doubles.
And here you can see the iris are growing nicely, getting ready for their turn to shine.
And the Cutleaf Maple is beginning to leaf out.
I wandered lonely as a cloud
Continuous as the stars that shine
The waves beside them danced, but they
For oft, when on my couch I lie