Nothing like a crocus to signal spring is here! My garden in Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2021
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The weigela shrub is in bloom! © Rita Jacques 2020. My backyard. Windsor, Ontario.
Blossoms on trees are a part of spring we all love. You may be surprised at how quickly they appear. And, should a severe storm take place–disappear! In the beginning, new growth on the apple tree’s branches burst forth. The leaves had been damaged from a hard-hitting frost. Four days later, buds were plentiful. Three… Continue reading Apple Blossoms!
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My front yard. Discover the beauty in your own gardens! Stay home, stay safe! © Rita Jacques 2020.
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These brilliant tulips were the first to bloom! © Rita Jacques 2020 My front yard.
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© Rita Jacques 2020 My backyard–stay home, stay safe!
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After several years of no blooming and then mediocre blooming, my forsythia bush pulled out all the stops and is superb! Yay! © Rita Jacques 2020
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Crocuses after the rain. They always look best freshly washed by Mother Nature. My backyard! © Rita Jacques 2020.
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Well, it’s May and it’s been snowing in my backyard…snowing blossoms from the apple tree, that is! My little dog, Sophie, is puzzled by all the white stuff covering the lawn. I wonder what is going through her mind as she sniffs them all. © Rita Jacques 2019 Windsor, Ontario.
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Anticipation! After several days of rain, the tulips in my gardens shot up tall. Just waiting for them to open. Good things come to those who wait! © Rita Jacques 2019 Windsor, Ontario.