We've had 80˚ weather for the past few days. Yeah, it's WAY above normal, like 20˚ above. The garden has been going into full-swing spring motion. Everything seems to be blooming ASAP.
I really like this double daffodil.
And this one also.
A couple more daffodils blooming now, but soon to be overcome by the heat.
I just love the look of these Professor de Monsseri tulips blooming along the "Bunny Fence."
In the front garden we have one spot for spring color which centers around the birch tree. It is the only part of the front garden that is watered regularly.
Notice the color scheme? Pinks, purple, white, some mauve. Just like this nice color coordinated tulip.
OK, not bad, huh?
Now look at this.
That's right. Those darn orange tulips I tried to get rid of are back, as usual. We must have planted them 10 years ago, at least. And they just won't go away even though I've dug them up.
They certainly don't fit into my color scheme for this area, but I guess they and Mother Nature have other plans and who am I to mess with them?
So, they'll be staying. At least they're pretty.
Do you try to color coordinate your spring bulbs?