We are seeing a number of signs of spring here this week and I thought I'd post a few recent pictures from around our house and yard today.
Don't you just love the smell of hyacinths? One flower can perfume an entire room for several days.
Rob planted Hellebores on one side of our house which is very shaded. We have several varieties in shades of white, green, and purple. They are a bit tricky to photograph since the flower heads often hang downward.
Here are a few different varieties:
Our lot is pie shaped with the back of the lot the widest part. There is a drainage ditch that runs the entire width of the back of the lot. Rob and a couple of friends and neighbors have spent many hours hauling rocks and pouring cement. Rob also planted Liriope, Daffodils, and Daylilies in the back of the ditch closest to the fence to beautify the area. He has chronicled some of this project on his blog.
In our front yard we have a large flower box which has some pansies which have overwintered. There are also a few tulips and some hyacinths in there which haven't bloomed yet.
I know some of my readers live in areas which are still snow covered. My desire is that these pictures will give you hope that spring is on the way.
Another thing that is fast approaching is Nora's wedding. Here are a couple of glimpses of things to come:
Here's a little peek at her gown:
And, finally, here's a peek at the final bridesmaids dress. My sewing machine has been getting quite a workout for the last few weeks.
I hope you all either are or soon will be enjoying glimpses of spring in your neck of the woods too.
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