Wednesday, April 23, 2014
It was a beautiful morning and I spent a couple minutes wandering with camera in hand. (Only a couple because the battery was almost dead and the light was changing too fast to run back to the barn for a spare.)
First year for these Giant Snowflakes (With a name like that obviously a patented variety, but they still look good mounding in a small container
This poor cedar got topped by an ice storm this year. Since it's about 30 feet tall it took my longest pole to get a saw up there to cut loose the toppled bit.
Even the dreaded yaupon can brighten things up in this light with its pretty berries.
And the first round of wildflowers; bluebonnets, Indian Paintbrush, Firewheels, etc.; are probably past their prime but we have plenty more coming, including these Queen Ann's Lace.
This is a twin to the topped cedar and is what they're supposed to look like.