Yesterday was Mother’s Day, and these Nora Barlow Columbine flowers chose the perfect time to reach full bloom.
Daffodils and Muscari are common sights around this time of year, so it should be no surprise they’ve found their way here.
Some flowers macros for Mother’s Day!
Macro images of henbit dead-nettle flowers.
Last week was buds, and this week is blooms!
Spring is almost here, and these daffodils are going to be right on time. They’re a day late to be featured in full bloom for this week’s post, but that’s okay, because daffodil buds also deserve some attention.
Although it was a little chilly, one particular morning last week was beautiful with the ground and plants covered in a thin layer of frost.
Instead of having a single subject with a short write-up this week, I’m sharing a new set of floral images I added to my website’s galleries.
If you were out pulling or spraying weeds this spring, you may have come across some Lamium amplexicaule, or henbit dead-nettle. Even if you aren’t familiar with the name, this weed is pretty hard to miss because of its unique purplish-pink flowers.