If I lived anywhere else, I'd be pretty jealous of me right now.
What few flowers are blooming, the bees are finding. I watched my hive for a little while and saw some girls coming in with pale yellow pollen in their baskets. I don't know where they're finding that.
I just love these little spring iris. Delicate, yet bold.
I can't believe you! We have dried weeds, snow, and poop in our yard... (dog's poop, not ours).ReplyDelete
Hatestab. No, seriously, at least someone somewhere has proof that spring is coming. It's still icy and gray here.ReplyDelete
yeah, rub it in why dont you...ReplyDelete
We've still got 3 feet of snow on the ground and piles 10 feet tall where the plow has pushed it. There's a tiny black spot in my heart that hates you a little bit. I'll just have glass of wine and the hate will be gone.ReplyDelete
I had an elderly neighbor once, a master gardener, who maintained that the iris was the only True Flower. She tolerated all the others, but iris was the queen.ReplyDelete
You bet I am jealous! Our last frost date isn't till April and my crocuses haven't even poked out yet. Nice to see someone else's flowers, though.ReplyDelete
Yeah, but Jen, you're closer to the slopes, right?ReplyDelete
Cara, it's one its way. Really!
DB, OK, yeah, just a little. :-)
Kathi, I do love them. So very purple and lovely.
JGH, ah, well, there you have me beat. Our last frost date is conservatively May 20. We had snow last year on May 2.
Could there be anything sweeter (no pun intended) than a bee basket?ReplyDelete
Pam, I picture them skipping, with pigtails. Don't you?ReplyDelete
you kidding me? this early? i am jealous.ReplyDelete