Remember the wax resist we used to make striped Easter Eggs?
A single little colorless wax crayon came in the kit.
Mostly we used it to write our names on the Eggs.
California Poppy and a bug
By afternoon, Spiderwort 'goes to sleep' when there's sun.
It has planted itself everywhere, easily mowed later on.
Dogwoods are an Easter staple in the Garden: the Cross, the
bloodstains, the rusty nail prints. They are fast being
replaced with Philadelphus blossoms.
Buds of Flowering Pomegranate
Fading Azaleas and a Butterfly seeking nectar
Calycanthus -- note spring green leaves.
Belinda's Dream Rose
Julia Child and Eclipse
There are many buds and blooms on Red and Pink Knockouts
Easter Lilies are always expected. These are
Longiflorum/Asiatic Hybrids, a ways from blooms.
Loropetalum: purple foliage
Baby Pears and good-sized green Blueberries
'Miss Julie's Favorite' Pentas already planted out.