..........Looking and feeling like spring enough to make the snowman flag look pretty silly. So, I took it down and hung this spring flag.
I have so many pictures to share this time that I will mostly let them speak for themselves.
Azaleas are blooming really good this year. Mine is a spindly bush but that is the kind I like best.
This guy is what took me out in the yard with my camera. He was giving great poses and looked me straight in the eye.
My newest yard ornament.
'Ole Louis Philippe just outside the screen porch.
No color enhancement needed here.
Clerodendrom almost always has a few blooms.
Texture and structures in the garden are as important as plants!
The African Irises are starting to bloom.
I have loved this goofy "bird" and the spider plant is perfect for it.
Sunbeams were featuring certain things in the backyard this morning.
This pair was trying to catch some rays. This is right at the edge of my property and looks onto my neighbor's uncleared land.
I built the big birdhouse several years back. I made the hole large and put it up as high as I could, hoping for an owl to call it home but I never have seen any bird move in.
She is resting in the warmth of the sun.
Macho fern and red salvia.
I was pleased to see that the blue-eyed grass is starting to bloom.
Blue-eyed grass is the smallest iris.
Now we are on the back porch because I want you to see the slab of cedar wood that my niece, Freida brought to me. It is shaped like a butterfly.
It is perfect to display this little dish of succulents.
I am expecting my next company to arrive tomorrow evening and I will probably not post again until the end of next week. Enjoy your days no matter what is or is not blooming!