I use colorful swizzle sticks to mark where I plant bulbs.
I have found that the twisted kind holds up longer and stays up better.
I thought this color combo was rather nice.
The swizzle sticks match the stamen.
Swizzle stick serendipity!
My muddy shoe collection has started by the door.
It’s gotten so squishy here in North Carolina that I purchased a pair of mud boots.
I cannot stay inside, no matter the weather.
I had to go out and check on spring.
I was glad to see it peeking out here and there.
A few little purple anemones were blooming on the bank.
Some yellow crocus were lighting up the path.
My new Quince is budding.
The peonies are peeking out of the ground. too.
My new Sweet Betsy plants are emerging. (Thanks Marian.)
The wet Tete-a-Tete’s are trying to brighten up the garden.
I must be patient.
Me and my muddy shoes will keep making the rounds.