We are some 150 miles from New York City so our story is not the story of New York City and their horrific death toll. They won't be starting their reopening until June 6 at the earliest.
Now, two months later, spring has come. We northerners live for May, although much of this May has been cold. In fact, it snowed on Saturday. What follows are the blooms in my zone 5b upstate New York garden.
Daffodils start us off.
My different types of brunneria.
My one trillium. Will it ever open fully? I need to go back and see how many years I've had it for.
White bleeding heart.
There's more but I am exhausted. It's wonderful when I can go from scrounging around the house for anything blooming...to this. I am grateful, and even more grateful for curbside pickup (thank you, Nanticoke Gardens, for the pansies!)
Joining with Yogi and other sky watchers at #SkywatchFriday.
Thank you, Carol at May Dreams Gardens, for hosting this meme once again.
May all your May dreams be pleasant ones.