Thursday, April 8, 2010
WELCOME TO MY GARDEN
Last sunday was Easter Sunday. There were very few flowers blooming that day up here on the mountain. I had a visitor who took a few photos, but there was almost nothing except daffodils and forsythia.
On Tuesday, I took this photo of one of the flowering quince bushes in the lower garden.
Last Sunday, Easter Sunday, Bloodroot was in full bloom in the woods. The sad thing about Bloodroot is, if you blink, you miss seeing it. You have an opportunity here of about two days to see it, and then it is gone.
Today, April 8th, there is not a single one still blooming. But, there are a million wood anemone standing right near their place.
Here is your last glimpse of the Davy Mountain. The window is closing faster than I have ever seen before.
Forstythia - yellow bells - are almost gone.