It's been a calm and fun day with Ester. She's 150 miles south of me, and at least I'm getting a dose of spring here.
She really likes her double bloodroot.
I had to look this one up. Sure looked like a corydalis, but I didn't know there were purple ones. Indeed, there is one, a garden variety called 'Blackberry Wine.' She says it appeared probably part of the rootball of something else she purchased.
Squill, a typical spring bulb
One of Ester's favorites, Virginia bluebells.
And, one lone tulip with striped leaves, no less.
Expect more flowers tomorrow!
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