We have been having some gorgeous sunsets. There are some great angles of the sun as the vernal equinox gets closer, bringing spring.
Clear nights are leading to foggy mornings. We didn't really have rain, it was just heavy dew. Some mornings we can't see the water. The water droplets hang like little jewels on the spiderwebs.
There is something magical about the foggy mornings. Love how the Edgeworthia's fragrance it still on the breezes. All the buds are open now...
This morning is looked as if the garden fairies had had a party. These little webs were everywhere.
See how they are all over the floor of the woods?
We are getting closer and closer to spring. I enjoy finding new blooms open each day.
A new Narcissus in my drain-field, Narcissus 'Grand Soleil d'Or', a Paperwhite. Think next year it will bloom earlier. It is a sweet little bloom. I think I should have planted this one closer to the walkways or street. It is up in the field. Didn't think about the blooms being so tiny.
One of the daffodils I brought with me from Virginia is N. 'Cum Laude' a lovely peach ruffled corona.
I have two different varieties of Hyacinths. 'Jan Bos' bloomed earlier and now 'Pink Pearl' is blooming.
The Pulmonaria longifolia 'Diana Clare' is opening more and more every day. Love how the blooms are different colors as they mature.
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