I started this forsythia from a cutting brought with me when I moved from Maine to the river. The variety is 'Meadowlark' and this is its third year. It is finally showing off.
It makes for a nice backdrop for this bed of daffodils. In another couple years I hope this fills in even more so.
This one reminds me of butter or eggs - maybe because I'm hungry and ready for breakfast.
These little daffodils have spread themselves around and surprised me alongside the potager this year.
This was also a nice surprise this morning ... the first forget-me-nots have started to bloom. When all of them are blooming it is a sea of blue waves.
These wild violets are blooming like mad. They are everywhere and are a host plant for the fritillary butterfly caterpillar. I'll have to be on the look out for the caterpillars and butterflies!
These muscari are just beginning to peek through. I planted these last fall. It's exciting to have new, and more, blooms this spring!