We have had an usually warm and mild streak here in early April. Colour has exploded in the garden, and looking at pictures from previous years, blooms are two to four weeks early.
The forsythias are just coming into their peak.
The bloodroot is out. Several new patches that I transplanted last year have made it through, and are coming up.
This dainty pink corydalis is such a treat. Last year, it was quickly munched by critters so I didn’t even get to see it.
Hopefully if it gets a chance to go to seed, it will spread.
White and blue, great drifts of colour.
Such a perfect, beautiful blue.
And of course daffodils. There are hundreds of blooms every spring, and every single one is a welcome, wonderful sight after a long, cold, grey winter.