Sunburned face/wood burning stove.
Typical spring day with variable temps, clouds, wind, sun. More birds chirping now, nobody needs an alarm clock. It was really cold when I got home and had to crank up the wood burning stove.
Star magnolia glowing profusely in the afternoon sun. This is a great flowering year for magnolias and I’m not sure why.
Three dimensional leaves unfurling on a red buckeye plant. This rare plant looks horrible in a pot yet spectacular in the landscape. Because they look so sparse when young, not many people buy them, but it sure looks stunning when it’s red plumes cover the plant soon.
We had to fluff up the soil so it can dry out a little. The weather has been acting unfairly for this outdoor product- not allowing for drying in between rain events.
Weeping Katsura tree leaves bust out of their overwintering buds to glow in the strong sun yesterday. Today, these leaves will turn their characteristic rusty-red, but only for a few days, then on to green.
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