This tiny little Mexican Petunia sprout was peeking through the pine straw ...
My little "Mint Garden" is alive and well, already threatening to take over the path leading to the back yard. It will become a real problem this summer, but, for now, it's a welcome sign of Spring GREEN.
I was pleased to see my Amaryllis coming back. I hope it blooms again this year.
My favorite plants in our back yard are the Lady Banks Roses growing along the fence. This picture was taken last April, when they were in full bloom.
They are literally loaded with buds and tiny clusters of blooms right now, on the verge of bursting into a blaze of color.
I love to photograph my Lady Banks when they are in full bloom, so I'm sure you will see more pictures of them soon.
Our Hollies and Ligustrums are sporting new leaves and flowers, too ...
And the Climbing Rose on my arbor has bright shiny leaves and sharp little red thorns ...
I have several Asparagus Ferns scattered around the yard, and I noticed that they have new green fronds reaching for the Spring sunshine.
In a couple of weeks, it will look like this ...
Remember the Lilac Chaste Tree I featured in a post a while ago?
Our pond and waterfall plants were cut back in February, to make room for new growth, and they have looked rather depressing. I was so glad to see a few new green leaves peeking out in and amongst the brown ...
I can't wait for them to look like this again!
I can't remember what this water plant is called, but it has delicate little pink flowers that bloom during the Summer into early Fall.
This is a Corkscrew Plant. I love the rich green color of its twisted "spikes."
Even the weeds coming up between the stones on our path are a pretty spring green color!
I hope you are seeing lots of Spring Green where you live. If not, then perhaps you just need to take a closer look.