...or perhaps euphorbia ‘bonfire’ misted over in the morning dew, leaves folded slightly from the weight.
This blazingly hot lone 30+ year old tulip offers hope also, and I feel that if this tulip can survive all these years through tumultuous times, so can we. It’s just so hard, though, for those of us who know the difference between right and so wrong.
Brand new patented clematis on its way to someone’s home after they fell in love with this intriguing hybrid.
Hard to capture the beauty and majesty of this proud lupine.
Red buckeye is almost done unfurling it’s foliage and about to flower. This group was brought in last spring, and I’m really really surprised they haven’t hitched a ride to someone’s house by now. Incredible plant.
Japanese maple buds clamshelling open yesterday. The longer one observes beauty in nature, the less one admires the obviously showy (forsythia, etc), favoring the more hard to see beauty of textures, patterns, and evolution. I always think when I see this that Japanese maples regurgitate their foliage in the spring through the protective bud sheaths like a clam shell opening.