. . . or maybe an orchid
It’s hard being different.
. . . plus one more.
Clematis petals fall and leave their feathery fruit.
The Schell mansion gardens provide a tranquil ambiance.
Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you. — Nathaniel Hawthorne
A trillium fading to violet reminds me spring is coming to an end.
Cheerful phlox give the impression of dancing in the wind.
The Fern peony buds are almost ready to burst open.
Trilliums blanket the forest floor.
Our bleeding heart is in full bloom. We dedicate it to Ron since he so admires our numerous spring smellies. More to come?
With a bright sunny center and furry stems, the deep purple pasque flower grows in rocky areas in the early spring.
Marsh marigolds bloom and songbirds sing during an early morning walk through Heckrodt Wetlands Reserve.
A mudman rests under an orchid umbrella
Serviceberry trees are in full bloom.