Spring is blooming in the garden of my new home. This witch hazel tree is full of these flopsy strands. Traditionally, the extract of its bark and leaves are used medicinally.
These rock iris are brilliant against the drab colors of the leaf mulch. I love their yellow tongues sticking out. It’s like they’re blowing a raspberry at the departing winter or even at us for believing that they’d never return.
The lone daffodil. With all of the buds around, it will soon have company.
Here comes the hyacinth. I am looking forward to their sweet fragrance.
Welcome back, plant beings!