When you look out from the sitting area you will see lots of things growing and blooming here. I will show it again when things are filled in more.
The bushes on either side of it were taken from the Holly bed. This will give the holly and all the flowers around it more room to spread.
I am still waiting for the Saucer Magnolia to pop. I can't wait to see it. We are to have beautiful weather the rest of the week. It should be a good show. All of this rain has played havoc with the daffodils. I had to cut a bouquet of them to bring in because the poor dears were lying face down in the mud. I had forgotten how fragrant they are.
I have some seeds I will have to get into the ground this week. These are the seeds that Cyndy at Riverrim shared with me. They are a purple-flowering Dutch pea called "Norli". I can't wait to see them bloom. Look Cyndy they are going to grow for me. I have never started seeds in paper towels this way. It is very easy I must say. Thank you so much for the opportunity Cyndy.
Dee at Red Dirt Ramblings was asking what everyone was doing for Easter. Well, here we will have a big eat-a-thon. I am busy preparing for the hungry hordes. Actually we don't have that many coming but it will be fun. I hope you all have a great week leading up to and including Easter. I am curious too. What are you doing for Easter?