New Season of Regrowth

It’s the first day of Spring and a lovely day. I took pictures of a few lovelies blooming in the garden this morning. Some Freesias, which are said to symbolize innocence and friendship.

According to Teleflora.com, the 7th Wedding Anniversary Flower, Freesia, is a symbol of trust and fidelity. Freesia is an antidote to the proverbial saying that the seventh year of marriage provokes restlessness. Representing faithfulness through the seasons, it’s a traditional reminder of love’s honorable character.

White Freesia.

White Freesia.

White Freesia.

White Freesia.

Red Freesia.

Red Freesia.

A lovely lone Purple Tulip amongst Freesias.

Purple Tulip.

Purple Tulip.

The Purple-Leaf Cherry Plum is blooming with beautiful delicate scented light pink flowers.

Purpleleaf Cherry Plum.

Purple-Leaf Cherry Plum.

The Martini Tea Trees are starting to produce reddish-pink flowers.

Martini Tea Tree.

Martini Tea Tree.

For about a minute, I watched a pair of Crows perched on a wire share a moment of tenderness.

Crows in Love.

Crows in Love.

This first day of Spring wouldn’t have been complete without the sound of the Female Nuttall’s Woodpecker drilling holes in a utility pole. Click here or here to learn more about this bird.

Female Nuttall's Woodpecker.

Female Nuttall’s Woodpecker.

A White-Lined Sphinx Moth resting on a wood fence panel.

White-Lined Sphinx Moth.

White-Lined Sphinx Moth.

“It’s Spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want – oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!”
― Mark Twain

From my Garden to yours: Happy Spring and Gardening!



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Poet, Writer and Published Author. Insatiably passionate about gardening, Health and Wellness. I enjoy collecting Vintage and Antique choice pieces.