Spring is wonderful if it ever comes. We are transitioning between winter and spring. Last week we had 4" of snow and lots of wind. But it quickly melted and now we are just chilly and windy. April is always iffy here.Thanks, Terri! The magnolias, which are so delicate, sometimes come-and-go in the blink of an eye, depending on weather conditions, so I have learned to get out there and take photos of them as soon as I see them because the opportunity may soon be gone. This time they were out there for only three or four days before cold weather set in again for a brief reappearance and damaged most of them. One tree had not yet really bloomed and so that is where I was able to snag the photo of the undamaged "twins."
Daffodils gone, tulips appearing around the community and now azalea bushes newly budding so that I will probably have some azaleas to show off in Week 15, as they're almost ready to pop right under my master bedroom window. Isn't Springtime wonderful?!!