The First Spring Weekend

Oh what a glorious way to enter into spring. The first tulip bloomed on the first day of spring. There were rain showers, blue, blue skies, billowy white clouds, March breezes, drinks with a new friend, dinner with an old, dear friend and days spent together outside.
First day of Spring, First open tulip
Spring Tulip
Spring Mustard
The mustard is just starting to fade.
Soon to be Cherries
Soon to be cherries.
Soon to be peaches
Soon to be peaches.
Muscari
Muscari growing wild below our apple trees.
Did you have a good first weekend of spring too?

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Filed under Fruit Trees, Life in Sonoma, Our Weekends, State of the Garden, What's Blooming

3 responses to “The First Spring Weekend

  1. How I miss the colors of spring – those pinks, and greens and purples are so beautiful! We’re still covered in several feet of snow and will be until late May.

  2. We don’t have nearly as much blooming here but the signs of spring, though farther behind than yours, are abundant in swelling buds and bulbs just starting to shout out.

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