This past week, my husband and I undertook a huge DIY project. We decided to remove our front lawn and replace it with micro clover. We are very tired and super excited. I wrote about why and how we did it on my blog. (You can access my blog via my profile.)
Our serviceberries are in bloom! This is one of three amelanchier shrubs we have in our yard. We also have three serviceberry trees. Each flower represents a future berry! There will be more than enough to share with the birds.
When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the wheaten, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. 💛💛💛 (Deep apologies to William Wordsworth.)
At the edge of the woods. It’s been such a slow spring. So nice to see spring wildflowers finally blooming! Here is a trillium, hepatica and trout lily.
Sometimes my garden doesn’t need to be painted. It’s already as beautiful as a painting.
Otherworldly. My hellebores have started opening! I love them so much. I’ve had this particular plant for several years. I planted another one in a different colour last year but, sadly, it didn’t survive the winter.
Montreal skyline as we drove towards the city yesterday evening.
Garden in the rain. (Photos might have been taken in my pyjamas earlier today.)