Spring!

That snow we had in my last post sure didn’t last long. By the next day, most of it was gone. It’s been in the 70’s for the last few days – beautiful enough for grilling and dining on the patio, and drinking lemonade on the front porch.

With spring comes yard cleanup, which has been keeping me busy for a few days. The garden is looking great with all of the crocus, daffodils, and violets in bloom.

crocus

Last year I planted a couple of varieties of dwarf narcissus. They’re so cute!

narcissus

But my little garden is nowhere near as spectacular as the ones at Red Butte Garden this year. I love going there for walks and enjoying whatever’s in bloom during the year:

spring bulbs

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9 Responses to Spring!

  1. Carole says:

    Those are lovely and I am SO jealous!

  2. zeneedle says:

    I need to get up to Red Butte soon! Your garden looks so charming!

  3. Susan says:

    I love your garden, the dwarf narcissus are so cute.

  4. Chris says:

    So pretty!! Maybe in another month…

  5. claudia says:

    If spring has come somewhere, maybe there is hope for us.

  6. Marilyn says:

    So pretty! I love spring flowers. My Memorial Day Peony is already putting out shoots. Huge mistake…it is supposed to snow again this afternoon. Hope it survives.

  7. vicki says:

    Beautiful! We’ve a little wait yet, but I hope not too long!!

  8. Kym says:

    I just loved visiting Red Butte Garden last fall. I can imagine how stunning it must be in all seasons. Those daffodils are crazy-gorgeous!

  9. redsilvia says:

    I love those crocus(es?)! Those little faces just make me smile.

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