Spring flowers are one of the great delights in my garden. After a winter of white, seeing leaves and flowers emerge makes much of the work worthwhile. I also confess to enjoying spring far more now that I’m not working 18 hours days out in the nursery.
One of the things that’s happening this year is I’m not planting any perennials. My objective is to get the dry stone wall around the front garden done enough that I can start replanting next year. But for the moment, walking around in the garden hauling heavy stone is no way to treat either soil or plants. There will be a ton of work to add to the depth of the beds (Buck and I will move the rest of the soil from the old garden) and that too is slated for this year. (Ever notice how much work we all plan in spring and how much work we really get done by October?) 🙂
In any case, my friends here are a few shots of my garden as it unrolls this spring