We’re supposed to have a gorgeous weekend – sunny with temperatures in the mid teens, and no rain. Likely the nicest weekend of spring, so far. It was cooler than usual for much of April and forecast to remain the same for the next two weeks (after tomorrow), which may not be great if you’re waiting for Lilacs to bloom, but it’s perfect if you’re loving the slow unveiling of all the colours that spring bulbs bring. Daffodils are still centre stage, by a long shot (with tulips quickly catching up), but I wrote about them a few days ago, here, so not much yellow in today’s Six. Except maybe this first shot. I couldn’t resist trying to capture the first real spider web of the year:
That’s it this week from my corner of Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. Every Saturday, The Propagator encourages gardeners around the world to share six things that are happening in their garden. Pay him a visit, where you’ll see gardens on the other side of the world, and gardens a month or more closer to summer than here. Stay safe everyone.