Norah O. sent this picture of the gorgeous wisteria that blooms in the spring on the front of Main Hall at Randolph College (formerly Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, my Alma Mater)
“Parrot Tulips! I took a picture before something could eat them.” Lauren T.
Maryanne G., “Thanks to Ann I have cowslips ! Love them”
“Something Growing Next Door…” Susan B. looks over the fence to see ferns and a new neighborhood pool underconstruction…
In her own yard she has gray lavender and flax and a pot painted by Buffy.
Ann M. “The more the better. Next to daffodils, cow slips are my second favorite flower.”
Brian Wesley Moore Garden at Randolph-Macon College.
I found this praying mantis egg case while cleaning out a garden bed. I made sure to leave it in the yard.
The camellia blossoms make such a beautiful carpet…
I saw this wildflower/native plant (weed?) growing in a wooded vacant lot. I’m not sure what it is, but it’s pretty.