......especially after the winter we had here in Nova Scotia.
It's a wonder anything survived.
But that is in the past, right?
So let's stay in the present and take a look around the garden.
White Scilla/Pushkinia commonly known as Squill (from bulbs).
This daffodil is stretching and trying its best to open.
Sanguinaria (white blossoms) or commonly known as Bloodroot
being the focal point of Ron's camera.
Everything is waking up and rearing to go!!