This past month has been rain, rain, and more rain, interrupted now and then by sleet and snow. But the weatherman has promised sunshine for tomorrow!
|Prentiss county, Mississippi, USA|
Almost all the daffodils are in full bloom. I hope that I will have a few late-blooming ones to show for April.
I don't remember the name of these beauties. Their stems are not as strong as the others, and the rain has bent them over.
This double Daffodil is commonly called 'Butter and Eggs.' As you can see, the buds are really green, but they bloom out a rich buttery yellow.
We call these Hellebores 'Lenten Roses.' As the season progresses their colors will fade but they will still be beautiful.
I believe this tree is a Red Maple. I really need to learn more about the trees I have here.
The Spirea is going to burst into bloom at any minute!
Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!
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