There are many flowering plants that start peeking out of the ground, ushering in spring while winter is still on its way out, and the plants we probably first think of are crocus, daffodils, hyacinths and tulips.
February 18th, 2 weeks ago today, I saw tulips in my yard. The tulips in the below photo appeared a few days later. [They don’t all appear on the same day, which makes it fun to find new arrivals every few days.] This photo was taken March 1st, 3 days ago.
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Nearly every spring, as soon as plants start appearing, I have a routine I go through every day I get home from work. As soon as I get out of the car, and sometimes before I’ve even unlocked the house, I walk all around the yard looking for new arrivals and the continual growth of existing plants/flowers. I think summer is my favorite season, but spring is a close second.