I haven't seen the mourning dove on the nest for several days, although the eggs are still there. Apparently it's been abandoned. :/ But perhaps another dove will start a new batch. There are often several clutches a season in that location, it's very popular.
The blue grape hyacinths are now in full bloom beside the patio.
The daffodils are blooming around the contorta willow.
Here you can see tulips and blue grape hyacinths in the purple-and-white garden.
Many of the tulips have been munched by rabbits. This is why I'm exploring more unpalatable plants.
Daffodils are blooming around the wellcap. I don't think many of the ones behind it have survived.
Daffodils are just starting to bloom around the plum tree. Comfrey is sprouting too.
The pear tree is in full bloom in the orchard.
The crabapple is beginning to bloom.
This tulip survived the hungry rabbits to flower beside the parking lot.
White scilla and blue grape hyacinths are blooming in the wildflower garden.
Blue anemones are in full bloom in the wildflower garden. I gotta get me some more of these. :D
Paperwhite narcissus are blooming enthusiastically in the white garden. A few white hyacinths are hidden in there.
These daffodils and blue grape hyacinths beside the driveway are surrounding the stump of a witch hazel that got cut off last year. It's starting to regrow, so I'm hoping it'll come back.
These daffodils are blooming beside the driveway.
Most are plain yellow, but this one has orange cups.
The asparagus are sprouting in the forest yard. These are too skinny to pick -- they may be from the ones I planted recently, instead of established plants.
The crabapples in the forest yard are also beginning to bloom.