Spring’s got it this year. The blooming trees are glorious, as are the bulbs and early plants. The other morning, as I was heading out early on my bike, the air was still. Every few feet, I experienced a different scent–each tree in bloom was making its own distinct contribution, and without wind or automobile traffic, I rode through this magical alley of aromas.
Today, the scents are there as well, and a little breeze, but what struck me as I headed down my driveway to get the paper was the color. White apple, pink crabapple, lilac lilacs, and fuchsia bleeding hearts, on a background of green grass, grape hyacinths, yellow and white daffodils, and red tulips. All available as I pivoted in a circle.
For your enjoyment, I present today’s flaunting of the colors: