Each year the first color we see in the spring is yellow.
Then as spring progresses and the yellow flowers fade away we see a lot of purple.
When we landscaped the berm that boarders our pond we planted forsythia bushes alternated with lilacs. Once the forsythia is finished blossoming the lilacs begin. On a breezy day the lilac fragrance fills the air.
The lush green of the trees evokes a feeling of peace and harmony.
The daffodils that ushered in spring have been replaced by Iris’s, chive blossoms and salvia.
The dandelion blossoms turned to puff balls that were scattered by the wind. They have been replaced by white clover that will offer the bees a bountiful food source throughout the summer.
These are but a few of the delightful changes I have observed in the past week.
Thanks for visiting. 🙂
Do you have a favorite spring flower?