Yard mosaic, Monday April 16
Here are some of the flowers blooming in my gardens last Monday. Remember, I'm not showing you the weeds. I'm also not showing you that I am only halfway through this year's spring cleanup.
Largest square: purple pasque flowers, which may be my favourite flower of all - dependable early bloomers (but I'm fickle when it comes to my favourite flowers). Moving clockwise: the yard robin hoping I'll help it by digging up some worms; daffodil; pink pasque flower; white lungwort; and pale yellow primulas.
York Regional Forest
This time of year when first entering the forest, it appears there's nothing to photograph. But looking carefully I found fast-growing mushrooms, emerging tree leaves, budding shrub flowers and blossoming tree flowers.
Unfortunately, we didn't walk very far into the woods on this trip so I didn't get to check out the wildflowers, and since Saturday the weather has been overcast and rainy. Next time, I hope to capture a few blossoms.
Please visit Michelle at Rambling Woods for more