Despite the weather forecasts, today turned out to be a beautiful sunny winter day with temperatures in the mid 40s. Snow melt continues at a fast pace in most parts of the garden.
The hellebores in the garden are still blooming well despite the recent weather.
As one pile of snow melted away today, we found a lovely Narcissus romieuxii in flower.
The hellebores greenhouses are still filled with amazing plants, just waiting to be adopted.
Even the non-hellebore greenhouses are full and waiting for new garden homes. Open nursery and garden continues through this Sunday and again next Friday through Sunday.
Finally, one of my real joys this winter has been sitting at the lunch table with Anita watching the birds. This week, we counted 21 goldfinches at once, and made our first feeder spotting of a red-headed woodpecker, and a yellow-rumped warbler. Who knows what else awaits.