Growing Spring

8 Apr

After yesterday’s horrible picture, I thought I should redeem myself with some looks of spring’s beauty.

I have been hesitant to uncover the plants because there is still a risk of frost, but the sedum refuses to wait any longer.

The golden light of the evening shines upon the leaves of the crabapple tree.

The flowering almond is getting blossoms.  It will be packed with beautiful white flowers before the leaves come on.

The leaves and thorns are present on the gooseberry bush.

The rhubarb is making its appearance.  In the background is a strawberry plant.  I never knew strawberries could be so invasive.

The lilac bush is quickly growing leaves.

The lily is still covered with rainwater.

What’s this?

“Mmm, delicious catnip,” purrs Bob.

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