Yes, this ongoing theme is lifted from Pam. But, if you see something brilliant, isn't imitation the sincerest form of flattery?
My azalea bloomed this weekend. It's the only deep red flowering plant I have here, and I'm glad it blooms a little later than the trees. The rhododendrons will be joining it soon.
My lettuce is growing, as are my chives and carrots. We've had a couple of sprouts in the squash department, although they don't show up that well, and, of course, you can see the onions. The seeds I got over a week ago still haven't gotten planted, because we've had either rain or cold (or both) constantly. Maybe this afternoon, or tomorrow!
You can see that the little cherry tree near my garden beds still has some blossoms, but they're dropping fast.
And the yard is vivid shades of green, with a couple of red trees thrown in for good measure. Who would believe there are so many greens in the world?