Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Wednesday's Walk

I don't have much energy today - but we can still see a lot with a walk around the edges of the front and backyards.
Starting off with the bright green leaves of the Elderberry - the Black-headed Grosbeaks will eat all the berries before they even ripen.

Blackberry vine.



Hazel catkins.

Oregon Junco on a Hawthorne - the tree is beginning to bud.

My mom and sister with my dad's help have planted daffodils all over the place.

Tree stump quietly decomposing.


Native Ceonothus leafing out.

A clump of Iris tenax.

A tiny, tiny wildflower.


Grand Hound's Tongue's - a member of the forget-me-not family.

Our earliest blooming wilding tree.

Here's a close-up.

Big Lead Maple.

Yet more daffs. See, I told you there was a lot to see!


LaNelle said...

Thanks for the walk about Beth enjoyed it just from your view! What fabulous daffodils a favorite Spring flower can’t help bring a smile to your face😍😊

Robin in Virginia said...

Thanks for the nature walk, Beth! Some of the trees are starting to bud here while the daffodils continue to put on a show of shades of yellows and creams.

Wanda said...

Hi Beth, Thanks for the walk! I needed that and to be reminded that spring will arrive. I always appreciate your keen eye for seeing beauty everywhere. Hope you feel better and hope your dad is doing well.

Maggee said...

Yes, there certainly was plenty to see! Thanks for sharing with us, even when you are not up to it! Feel better! Hugs!