Weather-wise, winter and spring kept changing places and now all of a sudden the bulbous Asiatic lilies are blooming.
What a joy to find this lovely lily waiting in the garden this morning. Its name escapes me, but it is a miniature one. Short, that is. The flower is large.
However, only a few red flowers can capture your attention as hardy amaryllis/Amaryllis johnsonii. They have multiplied well since we moved them here.
A red, red rose whispers secrets in the lamb’s ear.
Freshest of the fresh. Step outside your kitchen and gather a few snipets from the edible container to spice up a salad. A blade or two of green onion in the potato salad is so good.
Maybe the birds haven’t eaten all the strawberries. Coat the strawberries with white Karo syrup before adding them to a salad. They glisten with sweetness.
Caladiums are getting off to a good start but are wanting warmer temperatures. They just sit there until warmer days when you can almost see them grow.
Now this box turtle is easier to capture than the bunny I keep seeing but can’t get a photo.