Or it could be the calm before the storm.
Or is it a spring-time cold?
I had to laugh this morning when I read the part about Macro May in Carole's post, and that she was trying hard not to make all of her pictures of bugs and flowers this time. It's so hard in May, after a long winter (and even longer spring, it seemed), when everything is blooming... and when bugs are all over the flowers! Haha.
I always love how fast the bleeding heart grows.
Less than a month from sprout to bloom. It's an enormous plant (will be), with many volunteers, that my sister shared with me several years ago from her yard in Madison.
Yesterday, Mom suggested we try to walk down and check out what's happening in her wildflower garden; the big motivator, however, may have been removal of the dead Christmas wreath hanging on the picket fence by the garden house!
And I was delighted not to have missed the Dutchmen's Breeches! They are tiny and so fleeting.
You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming.