It is coming along very nicely here in northern Illinois. Although most trees are still look pretty bare, our magnolia trees have started blooming. We have a few white blossoming trees in the front of our house and a magnolia tree that produces pink blossoms in the back around our deck. These blossoms are short-lived so I’ve been cutting branches to bring inside to enjoy them more.
Also, today while driving, I noticed clumps of yellow daffodils blooming along the sides of a two lane road. These clumps appeared quite frequently for a mile or two. They were a wonderful surprise! I couldn’t help but wonder who would have planted them there as they didn’t seem to be on private property. I wanted to stop and pick a bunch, but of course I didn’t. I picked up a bunch at Trader Joe’s instead.
How is spring shaping up by you?
Hi Cindy, I was in northern Illinois over the weekend and enjoyed all the forsythia, jonquils, hyacinths, etc., but I’m hope the next time I go the crabapples along Interstate 80 will be blooming. Something to break up that boring drive. What are you working on?
Hi Jevne. Our crabapple trees are just starting to bud. They have the tiniest bits of green and red on them right now. I am hoping that this will be a nice year for them because they can be beautiful. I just finished up something for the Little Darlings, I also am knitting a dress for her, and I have an outfit for Patience in the works. Have a great day, Jevne.
I meant ‘I’m hoping’, not ‘I’m hope’. lol must proofread before hitting enter
I didn’t even notice…