How could life be about anything other than blossoms?
Dizzying beauty in front of my lens today in Victoria, a city burst into an uncanny bloom. I saw rhodos, camellias, euphorbias, lavender, quince, magnolias, forsythia, tulips, violets, crocuses, irises and cherries and plums all blooming together. The usual bloom time for tulips is May, which I know because kids used to steal ours for Mother’s Day. Not sure what will happen for calendar spring. Do you know?
My parents grow tulips, paper whites, jonquils, phlox, a variety of fruit tree blossoms and of course iris and forsythia, a yard full of flowers when you include the summertime daylilies. Victoria sounds nice.