I am sharing what is in bloom in our garden and it just so happens that much of it is yellow.
This is a beautiful early bloomer that spreads quickly as a ground cover. It is said that other early spring flowers can't survive planted with it. What we have found is that it quickly vanishes after blooming, and ours are in an area we choose not to plant other things in.
There's never a shortage of these!
Our goat, Professor had to get in the photo shoot!
He loves me!
The Forsythia is a bit sparse this year. We gave it a good cutting and it will fill in over the Summer. Little birds like to nest in this group of Forsythia.
Darling Daffodils! And, do you see that gopher mound just next to the top daffodil? Not good!
I like to create potted vignette's around our place. This is what survived the winter and greets us as we enter our home.
Ralph Waldo Emerson said: The Earth Laughs in Flowers
I agree and am grateful for the laughter!