Historical fiction author Jessica James' flowers
Blue bells

Those of you who see me on Facebook know that I post a Flower Friday photo every Friday from March through the fall.
This time of year, there are so many different flowers blooming at one time, I thought I’d post a few photos on my blog as well.

It’s fun to go out every morning and see what has sprouted up from Mother Earth over night!

There is always something new. After it rains, it seems like you can almost see them growing, they come up so fast.

In addition to the flowers, I have asparagus, lettuce, onions and garlic coming up so far. It’s been too cold to put anything else in, but lima beans, string beans, and tomatoes will be next, along with sweet potatoes, peppers, horseradish, and regular potatoes.

Historical fiction author Jessica James' flowers
Forsythia – another early bloomer.

I planted one bed of wildflowers, but decided to wait until it gets a little warmer to put any more in.

I love how wildflowers continue to bloom all summer and add color to areas that I would otherwise have to mow or trim.

This morning I saw that the azaleas are getting read to bloom. The Red Buds and Dogwoods are bursting, and I have flowers on my blueberry bushes and fruit trees. Don’t you just love the beauty of spring?

Tulips and daffodils.


Historical fiction author Jessica James' flowers
Hyacinths – some of the first
flowers. I have white, pale pink,
dark pink and lavender.


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