I am having a slowwww adjustment period, moving from Arizona to Washington. There have been very few days without rain, and I am use to the blue skies of Arizona, and this time of year, the warmth. This isn’t a complaint, I am just admitting that it is taking a little more time than I thought it would. Today, since the rain seems to have taken a break, I took a few moments to get out and investigate a little closer, the things that I have been looking at through the windows, some signs of spring.
There are several gardens on our property, all of them needing my attention. I am so thankful that the previous owner enjoyed seeing spring flowers. She planted several sets of bulbs all around the property, including the wooded area behind the house.
This plant (yes, I need to research and find out the names of all of these plants. I only know a few of them) has beautiful blossoms, and now new growth, where the red appears at the end of the branches.
I find this bush very striking! The coral looking leaves have been changing, as the weather changes. I think it’s hard to see, but at the ends of the branches it looks like there is a very small blossom.
As I wandered around, I found many more plants blooming than I realized there were from inside. What a wonderful way to get some inspiration for spring projects!
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