I love the way the globes of these alliums intersect and overlap, like adjacent spherical pyrotechnic bursts.
The daffodils have been in bloom for two weeks and show no sign of stopping.
One of the earliest blooms on our block.
The hyacinth flowers from this spring have all died back, leaving stalks of seedpods that are turning translucent and releasing their little black seeds.
That’s no moon — it’s a giant purple allium!
Squills, daffodils, crocuses, hyacinths, tulips — nearly all of the flowering bulbs have emerged to put on a show.
I snapped this photo of this pairing of crocus flowers for my wife, as her colors are purple and white.
Our daffodils are still going strong.
As winter fades into spring, life reemerges.
The Siberian Squill that I planted eight years ago in the sidewalk tree beds out front are still going strong, and are often the first thing on our block to bloom.