Already the yellow is starting to tint through the greenery.
And the buds are nearly perfect for the land workers to start bunching together, just waiting for the stems to reach the right height.
Here in my own garden I found a wonderful clump of snowdrops.
I love these delicate, clean, fresh bells of spring
The heather looked resplendent by my front door.
Buds had magically appeared on the bare wood.
And in amongst this, a very large clump of hellabores hiding away.
Even in the garden centre, the peacocks had decided to take in the sun by sitting on one of the pergola roofs.
Inside, my thoughts were with my 'works in progress' blankets. The lovely woolly items that had been keeping me snug and warm during the winter months were still far from finished. I have obviously been neglecting some as I had forgotten about a few.
However my 'grown up blanket' will be growing this weekend after a lovely, wonderful, glorious visit to my favourite shop (Hobby Craft) to buy more wool .
And whilst there, yes it had to be done, some more wool for yet another blanket. I couldn't resist!
Those beautiful rich pinks are gorgeous!
We will also have to finish off the yummy cakes and gingernuts I made last weekend. Nigella came up trumps again with Christmas Morning Muffins (I had a load of cranberries to get rid of).
Have a wonderful 'springy' weekend with whatever project you are currently doing.