March 15th GBBD
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Tiny sedum rosettes appear.
Swirls of columbine foliage push through cover.
Bulbs tips emerge.
Devastated hellebore leaves reveal flower bud formation.
Hyacinth noses test the air.
Daffodils boldly grow.
Tulips testing 1-2-3...
Soon green will be the dominate color with a riot of colorful blossoms to follow.
Tuesday redwing blackbirds began the distinctive call signaling breeding has begun.
Yesterday a bright red cardinal sat in a treetop singing long and loudly of his joy in the warm sun.
Today a robin sang.
Always there are birds announcing a presence in the garden, but at winters end their songs touch my heart.
Take a look at March 2007 pictures.