|Flowers in bud|
|I think this is an evergreen type of bridal wreath|
|A potted plant that was gifted to me last year coming back. I kept it covered during the freezes - not sure what it is though!|
|Hoping for some lemons this year - I've had a bee hanging around so fingers are crossed!|
|This deciduous Bridal Wreath Spirea has leafed out the past two weeks and will be blooming soon|
|Azaleas are ready to spring to life|
|More Azaleas waking up|
|Volunteers I pulled from the compost pile - most are probably bell peppers|
|More volunteers from the compost pile - you never know what you'll get!|
|Some lilies peeping out a bit here and there|
|Hydrangeas coming to life|
|Even the fig tree is coming out of its winter nap|
Just a little peek of things to come (hopefully)!
Last year because of The Hatefuls and their excessive leaf burning (and my sensitivity to the chemicals burning leaves put out for days), I wasn't able to even be out in my own yard, much less to spend any of the early spring (or late winter pre-spring) outside in the garden. I lost so many plants to the summer heat because I couldn't give them a healthy start in the spring, but I am hopeful and praying for a peaceful spring this year.