Freesia a bulb originally from South Africa
Across the street from us this tree leans out across the road...
I will have to check on it this summer and see if it makes any fruit.
It is something that sprang up in our absence.
The blossoms are very white.
Many neighbors have planted fruitless blooms,
but I am looking forward to our trees doing some bearing.
I will have to ask next time the neighbor is out what this showy tree is.
( I learned it is crab apple and it does bear with heavier crops every other year.)
My wisteria has begun to open and the bees are happy about that.
Lilacs are also blooming and the Dutch Iris are fat and ready to furl open.
Roses are budded up and the little green aphids are willing to devour them.
It has been such an early warm spring that winter veggies, like broccoli, are going to seed rather than heading up. For now, no more sitting down for me. Maybe in this last week of March I'll get a few more pictures. In the meantime, back to pulling and hoeing those weeds.