Just a few shots from around the yard… The species tulips are blooming all over the place. I moved them around last summer, and they seem to enjoy their new spots. I will be moving some more of them once they are done blooming.
In the stroll garden, daffodil “Baby moon” is busy being very cute. Bear in mind that these flowers are about the size of an anerican quarter. The foliage surrounding them is cilantro.
The robin who built her nest on the step ladder a couple of years ago decided that she would try that again, since it worked out so well for her. Since she barely had the foundations of her nest laid, I tore it out. I thought I might like to use the ladder sometime this spring…
Undeterred, she moved around the corner and established herself on the nose of the dragon head driftwood. Since he didn’t seem to mind, I let her be. She was none too pleased the other day when I was weeding the garden beneath her perch. she will just have to deal with it.
In other bird news, the gold finches have finally put on their mating colors. Here is a shot of them enjoying the niger seed feeder. On the fence there is a white throated sparrow. I didn’t know they liked niger seed, but I guess they do.
Spring has officially sprung at The Havens.