Wordless Wednesday – Yesterday 15 Replies Cercis canadensis L. (Eastern Redbud) Under Yesterday’s Sky Cercis canadensis L. (Eastern Redbud) Iris ‘Crimson King’ is first iris to open Spiraea prunifolia (bridal wreath spiraea) Like this:Like Loading... Related
You are having a beautiful spring.
It really is a good spring. Dropping below freezing tomorrow night though for a couple nights.
I hope your plants will be fine. A few days at 10 degrees was just too much for here.
Makes me miss our old Redbud tree, RIP.
This redbud is nearly gone too. We’ve trimmed back more dead branches each year.They must be short-lived.
All lovely, Susie. My own redbud (western species I believe) only has the smallest smattering of flowers thus far.
Oh, gosh, so beautiful… esp. the redbud against that gorgeous sky!
That blue sky day was wonderful! 28F here tonight!
Chilly! Hope your emerging plants aren’t nipped…
What a wonderul sight! Love those pink flowers againstvthe blue sky. Blue skies here too, but still around freezing point at night.
Still “iffy” here too really. Last week it was 80F one day, tonight will be 28F!
We have had the same hot/cold shift, though not to the same extreme!
Love that top pic, gorgeous colours.
Thanks! My hydrangeas are pouting after last night’s cold. Hope your plants won’t mind the shifting temperature.