Wordless Wednesday – Rays of sunshine

Seedlings of Stipa tenuissima pushing through the ground with new shoots of Achillea 

Yellow crocus with Euphorbia myrsinites

Yellow crocus with Euphorbia myrsinites

Open to the sunshine today

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18 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Rays of sunshine

  1. Christina the yellow saffron is really beautiful and with the sun it looks more beautiful. The Euphorbias are wonderful and the contrast with the yellow saffron I love. I’m glad you have sun and I hope it’s not cold. Greetings from Margarita.

  2. Lovely cheerful sight, I have problems with crocus bulbs, they get dug up and eaten if I plant them. But I do have plenty of ‘tommies’ spreading around that must have been planted long ago. Love your bright yellow ones.

  3. These new signs of life are so uplifting, aren’t they Christina? And it doesn’t take many degrees increase in temperature to trigger them – it’s such an exciting time, with the lighter mornings and later afternoons too

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