Mr. Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Mallard, a Tufted Titmouse and assorted squirrels were all taking advantage of it to get their breakfast.
The crabapple is almost ready to burst into full bloom.
I have the new garden almost finished. I'm waiting to put some good dirt and some composted cow manure in until my shipment of day lilies arrives, hopefully, next week.
The violets are in full bloom.
Though the true daffodils are mostly finished, the jonquils are still going strong.
Today I have to go out and dig a small, emergency garden. I stopped and talked to my neighbor when I was out taking pictures. He told me that he's going to dig up, and throw away, some of the daffys and jonquils that were in the garden that he tore up last year. He missed some, and they still came up. They were planted by his wife, who died a few years ago. I want some of those flowers for my garden, as a memory of her. She was a dear friend.
I know that this isn't a good time to dig them up, but I have no choice. I'll take a lot of earth with them, and try and put them, as undisturbed as possible, into the ground for now. Then, I'll hope for the best.