Hey, it’s not much, but when you live in snowy Western New York, you take any glimmer of warmth and bloom. It is 46° today. The crocus is the flower I look to welcome the Spring weather.
There is still snow as you can see on the North side of the street. I was rather intrigued by the odd cloud formation. The other day on Sky Watch Friday I showed strange vertical clouds. Yesterday, there were horizontal bands.
In a shady part of the garden with very little sun at this time of year, the Helleborus are blooming nicely, and add the only real color since all my crocus are white. You can still see snow behind them.