As I was walking around picking up more debris from the ice storm, I noticed there was definitely a hint of spring in the yard.
I was delighted to see my lavender standing upright again and putting up shoots.
The Queen Ann's Lace is growing into a beauty.
The Mexican Sunflower is popping up everywhere.
Got to tame that thing.
The stonecrop is fixing to shoot up.
I use the old stems to cover the new plants from winter weather.
More succulents - this one called Nasty Nancy around the neighborhood for her habit of growing wherever she touches.
I have miniature daffodils shoots, but this late I do not think they will bloom this year.
Tiny pink buds on this azalea.
The Sweet Autumn clematis is growing inches every day.
I swear, inches!
A victim of the storm - a cabinet door used beside a plant table was flattened by a limb which flattened a pot which released Nasty Nancy who spread along the table top.
I do not know where she thinks she is going.
As I walked about taking photos and enjoying the sun, Scout and Willie were planning a jail break.
Silly boys, I know your tricks!
I am planning to enjoy what little spring there is this weekend before the cold hits again.
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