Here's what's going on in our garden so far!
Stipa tenuissima ('Ponytail Grass') behind the daffodils.
The clover is greening up. I snapped this picture the other day because I thought the drops of water looked very interesting! Almost like little globes of glass. Many people consider clover a weed but you shouldn't. Clover is a legume and adds valuable nitrogen to the soil. Clover is frequently used as a cover crop because of its nitrogen fixing property. Also clover is a great natural flower for the bees. They love the stuff! If you like bees, beneficial insects, natural nitrogen fixers, and clover honey don't eliminate the clover in your yard, learn to appreciate it.
The pansies are beginning to bloom again too. I planted them in the fall at a cost of about $0.50 a plant from the discount rack. Pansies take the cold really well and when planted in fall come out strong in the spring. I don't really understand why being called a pansy is an insult. They are tough little flowers! Of course they don't like it hot, I guess it just depends on your perspective. Next to the pansy is foliage that belongs to a tulip just beginning to come up. It won't be long before the tulips fill out our front garden.
What's going on in your garden?