Early March in North Texas – A Pictorial

March 6, 2020

Budding Elm Tree
https://natureisnurture.net/february-observations-and-robins/

My last blog post was so very long that this time I decided to give everyone a break and simply post a pictorial of some of the beautiful items in my yard that are showing promising signs that Spring is very near. If you get a chance this week or next, take a moment to look closely at the trees, vines, shrubs, and perennials (and animals) surrounding you. You will be surprised to see the preparations being made for the warmer months ahead! Enjoy –

Mallard couple hanging out in our pool – they arrive every morning promptly at 6:30 a.m.!
Bluebonnet Sprouts – Volunteers!
https://natureisnurture.net/bluebonnets/
Clematis Awakening from a Dormant Vine
https://natureisnurture.net/clematis-a-show-stopper-vine/
Arching Abelia
https://natureisnurture.net/adaptable-aromatic-abelias/
Bridal Wreath Spirea
Close Up of Bridal Wreath Spirea
Heuchera
Dwarf Indian Hawthorne
This shrub suffered a little damage from the building of our new fence,
but is blooming well.
Fringe Flower
Dwarf Azalea Buds

Until next time,
Cindy

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