This is the color I think of as Spring Green.
Boxwoods get blousy and need frequent
clipping as they put on new growth.
Pots and rooted cuttings are coming outside every day to
harden off. I think most are ready to go in the ground.
Winter was not kind to my Cycad (Sago palm).
Daffodils were early this year according to last year's pics.
This is one of the last of Pink Charm, Hillstar is just starting.
Julia Child has a bud, as do many other of the
roses. On the other hand, Rose de Rescht is
slow to even put out leaves.
The old dogwood is ready to burst into a cloud of
white blossoms. Pecans on the right know that it
is not spring, yet. They stand mute and bare.
Dogwood blooms up close so you can see how close they are to opening fully.
Azaleas are poised for the show, too.