Winter seems so long ago today, yet the last few night have been down below freezing. Checked the garden this morning and all seems well. I have stuff in the greenhouse still that needs planting but don't do the tender stuff till Memorial Day, our traditional planting day at the Millett Farm.
Just thought I'd share a few little pictures with you today.
Here in our tiny perennial garden that is waiting patiently for construction to end so it can spread it's wings we find a fully blooming pink Barrenwort...
I've had this little plant on my blog before but it's a little bigger now and hope it will thrive until it is time to transplant to a permanent home.
This is my tiny bleeding heart started last year.
This is my "old fashioned" bleeding heart that I transplanted here a couple years ago. It's small, but mighty and yearning to be planted in a place it can thrive.
These little guys are surrounded by ladies mantle, tansy, phlox, daffodils, and some other varied and sundry perennials longing to be free. Maybe this year.
Don't you just love spring?
When I see the beauty that God has created I just can't help but praise Him... and I do praise Him for the beauty of winter... I just like to garden and you can't do lots of that in the winter :)