If I hear anything about a continuing drought in WNC I will be very concerned. You mean it is supposed to rain more than it does now?
Rain is certainly a good thing and I have been able to get down to Client #1's as much as needed. I'm not really complaining even if it is messing with my porch roof painting a bit.
The wall beneath the cabin has been getting some work done on it when I have to wait for things to dry.
A little more rain just might make me sit down and fill out my tax forms all nice and pretty before the 14th arrives. The cipherin is done. The official copy just needs to be filled in.
I think this may be one of my favorite daffodils. I like its creamy light yellow color. It could be the Trumpet Daffodil 'Honeybird'.
In the tiny bulb department the Chionodoxa forbesii 'Blue Giant' would be my preferred blue spring carpet.
The Ramps, Allium tricoccum are up. I really must try them this year and will look online for some recipes.
Our early evening strolls are always rewarded by seeing some new botanical delight making its appearance.
A large clump of Muscari is starting to bloom.
Why I do believe this is a Trout Lily, Erythronium americanum. I think it was a new acquisition just last fall.
Then the rains came, again, and it was time to go back inside.
The Spots can be just as particular as me now about the weather they are willing to be outside in. They don't do cold or wet anymore voluntarily.