Sunday, March 15, 2009

The Real Deal


Every gardener, I suppose, has their own harbinger of spring; for me it's the blooming of Adonis amurensis. Sure, occasionally these bright golden flowers get buried by a few inches of snow, but nothing's perfect. I know that when Adonis opens its flowers, that the rest of the garden is awake and soon there will be hundreds of other plants shoving up through the icy earth. Besides, who could resist these little cups of sunshine in mid-March?
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No one (can resist)! :-)
 
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Beautiful capture of this little bit of sunshine!
 
Shady & Mernie... it is the brightest gold flower in the whole garden!
Don
 
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