A break from all of the baseball posts today.
Our trip down south unfortunately has come to an end. I now turn my attention from photographing athletes throwing a ball to photographing all signs of green that are popping up all over my garden.
And for the sake of a smooth transition, I like to think that I went from the promise of a new baseball season where all teams still think they can win it all, to the promise of a new season in my garden.
No weeds to deal with yet.
I like to think every plant in my garden will have survived the winter and will perform better than last year.
Optimism still exists.
So far, all of the Sedum plants appear to be intact.
And an endless number of daffodils have announced their presence.
The new irises I added last year (‘Wow Factor’) are ready to go and I cannot wait to share these killer blooms with you all.
But the plant I am most excited to see return is Allium ‘Globemaster’.
This is the first year, knock on wood, that it has returned for a repeat performance and that has me all sorts of giddy.
One last note:
Thank you all for your feedback/comments on the book I have in the works. I am putting all of your comments in motion and hope to share a sample chapter or two with you in the very near future.