Spring has arrived later than usual this year. With the recent rain and warm weather blossoms are popping! Most years during our spring opener during the first weekend in May there are wildflowers and the daffodils are opening. This year we had slush!
The flowers are open now! Here is a wild trillium.
Trillium flowers usually appear around Mothers Day. The snow and moisture means some of the largest displays I can remember!
The same goes for the bright yellow cowslips
also known as marsh marigolds.
And now the bees are buzzing in the Nanking cherries...
and the plum blossoms!
Spring this year is well worth the wait. The increased moisture has led to a beautiful display in all directions.