Yellows, whites and purples
In the largest square, an American goldfinch wears its brilliant yellow spring feathers. Working clockwise, daffodils are just now beginning to bloom in my gardens, another goldfinch at a feeder, the first of the pasque flowers (Trust me, there will be many more!) and the last of the hepatica (at least in one of my gardens).
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