Although spring officially begins tomorrow, there’s no denying its beauty has already graced Coppertop. Daffodils line pathways, and the old foundation on the hill overflows with cheery yellow.
More yellow shines from a long row of the faithful harbinger, forsythia.
Trees are bursting back to life. The weeping willow has changed dramatically in one week, shown in these photos from March 12 and today.
Our pink honeysuckle trees are packed with birds and new leaves, and the weeping cherry is in bloom.
I love the deep varieties of Hellebores, my shady favorites, blossoming along the gravel stairway.
And the earliest edible plants are taking off, especially the rhubarb and chives.
I hope the asparagus isn’t too far behind.