California Poppies, blooming in Georgia.
Other poppies will be along soon, with Larkspur.
On the left, Sailboat jonquilla. On the right, a daffodil from a bulb mixture.
Gerbera Daisies, bending in the wind.
'George Lindley Tabor' southern Indica azalea.
A bumblebee's butt in 'Pink Rufflers' Azalea.
Tiger Swallowtail nectaring on Azaleas.
Oakleaf Hydrangeas are coming into bud.
There is a tiny bud at the bottom of every leaf cluster.
Maybe not more spectacular than Bloom Day, but definitely fun.
Buffy and I had stick patrol today. March's winds blow down dead limbs and twigs and
there are the inevitable loads of prunings. Limbing up Loropetalums revealed more
true lilies than I remembered having. I hacked again at the boxwood under the Wisteria.
I never got around to joining in the Foliage meme.