Little flowers picked from our yard (except for the tulip) in the kitchen window. . .
We had a relatively warm sunny weekend, and now the primroses are starting to bloom, and the woods behind the house are full of wood anemones.
In the city, all the platz were full of people soaking up the sun. Most were still dressed in black winter coats, so it looked like flocks of large crows had settled down on the grass and concrete. The lines for ice cream were very long — Stuttgarters seem to want cones the minute the temperature rises above 55°F (12°C).
We’ve seen three large hares in the neighborhood in as many days (this is their peak mating season), after not seeing any for months. They are hard to miss, being the size of small dogs — largish small dogs. Occasionally when we come upon one, it stands its ground and we always move along first.
To see what other garden bloggers have put in vases today, please visit Cathy at Rambling in the Garden.
4 thoughts on “In a vase on Monday: warm weekend”
Oh what sights to see – native primroses and wood anemones, people like crows, and hares as large as small dogs. You have conjured up a wonderful picture – thank you for sharing, Cindy
Spring has arrived (even if it’s still cold)! The color-coordinated primroses and anemones make a lovely display.
Cheerful delights. What fun as warm weather sends us all outdoors to rejoice.
What a wonderful grouping.