"Spring has arrived" - the three most welcome words anyone in the Northeastern United States can hear.
Ten days ago, hardly any flowers were blooming here in the Binghamton, New York area. Although there are snow flurries in today's weather forecast, it would appear spring has finally taken control. Forsythias are out. Daffodils are blooming everywhere.
A couple of walks in the past four or so days yielded these flowers, which seem to have sprung out of nowhere. But they didn't come out of nowhere - they just waited patiently until some internal clock whispered "it's time".
Daffodils, Endicott, New York.
A viola on my mother in law's tiny lawn - this must have seeded from a hanging basket we had bought her last year.
More squill, Binghamton.
Hurrah! Even if we are supposed to get snow showers today.
Day 29 of the Ultimate Blog Challenge #blogboost.
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