May Day minus flowers.
Rather, our morning walk took us out to the back
to view the neat pile of wood harvested from a recent limb-removal.
I transplanted a small twig of forsythia a couple of years ago (I think).
I had hoped for more vigorous growth but haven't really done anything to encourage it...
so (below) this is what we have as of today.
In a few days, our lilac bush and flowering cherry tree will be in full bloom.
I am enjoying visiting gardening blogs more than ever
since our own efforts have been temporarily suspended.
I'm thankful for a hard-working niece who will be handling the basic outdoor chores.
She's hardworking and thorough AND willing to do a few extras, too.
I saw a lot of flowers in your May Day post! How nice to have such a kind niece!ReplyDelete
It's not like we have a lot up here to show off this year yet is there? Really irksome how much of the gardening season we are losing this year. Nothing going crazy here either.ReplyDelete
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Rebecca, beautiful early spring blossoms.ReplyDelete
You have quite a few blooms - very pretty!ReplyDelete
Give that forsythia time and it will flourish! We had a small one which has turned into one so large that is it now falling to the ground and making new plants for us to dig up and transplant. That is a favorite bush of mine as it is the first to truly glow in the spring...ReplyDelete