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Published Thursday, May 6, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Spring lilacs and bluebells

My morning view of the front yard. Planting the bluebells only three years ago was a success! Soon they will fade but the roses and lavender will take over. If only the lilacs lasted longer.

Lilacs and bluebells blooming in springtime

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Published Friday, April 30, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Double lilacs

Most lilac blossoms have only one row of petals. But this one has an abundance of everything lilac.

Almost fully open panicle of double lilac blossoms

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Published Friday, April 2, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Snake’s head flower

I’ve always called these checkered tulips, which they are not; they are fritillaria. A very cute early spring bulb flower, just showing in my garden now. I was charmed to hear them called snake’s head flower, something new to me. The buds DO look like that, don’t they?

Almost looking fake, these fritillaria are also called snake’s heads.

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Published Friday, April 2, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Muscari buds

Sometimes the bud stage is as nice as the fully flowering one. The sense of promise! This patch of grape hyacinths or muscari is getting ready to bloom very soon.

Blue grape hyacinth buds get ready to bloom

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Published Sunday, March 28, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Germinating peas

We’ve been having a cold and wet Spring in Seattle. Even though I soaked them for a few hours before planting, my SugarSnap peas took almost three weeks to germinate! But finally, they are showing (this photo taken a couple of days ago in a sunbreak). Above and to the right of the teensy shoots just breaking through the ground are some SugarSnap starts I happened to find for sale, so that’s going to make harvest longer. Spinach seeds just showing their true leaves to the left.

Peas begin to show above the surface of the soil. Can you see them?

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Published Friday, March 26, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Chionodoxa

Chionodoxa, little bulbs commonly known as glory-of-the-snow, bloom in very early spring. So welcome on a recent sunny day.

Starry little flowers in my garden in early spring

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Published Friday, March 19, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Crocus flowers

Don’t you just love the cheery crocus, blooming so early?

White and purple crocus flowers with their darling orange centers

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Published Tuesday, March 16, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Almost Spring

Almost but not quite Spring; just a few more days until the calendar tells us it’s official. My forsythia is getting ready.

Old-fashioned yellow forsythia blooms in earliest Spring in my garden

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Published Wednesday, March 3, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Soaking pea seeds

We’ve had three days of really nice weather—dry and not too cold. Time to start peas outside! I like to soak them for a few hours before they go in the ground. So exciting to be planting something for spring.

Three kinds of peas soak for a few hours before going in the ground

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Published Tuesday, February 23, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Walking the dog in snow

Last week it snowed hard, and people walked their dogs anyway.

A snow scene with a dog and a person

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Published Wednesday, February 17, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Snowy dogwood and hydrangea

The recent snow was beautiful in the garden.

Fresh snow on the branches of the dogwood tree with hydrangea plants underneath

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Published Friday, February 12, 2021, OK personal/derivative use; link www.lovethatimage.com.

Purple hellebore

Hellebore flowers bloom wonderfully early. They usually have very nodding flowers, but this one is face-up!

Purple Lenten Rose, or helleborus, blooming in February

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