A Little Spring from Down South
March in Vermont is cold, sometimes dreary, wet, snowy, and often muddy. For many of us, it is still considered “winter” as spring usually waits until last minute around here. The first spring bulbs of crocus, tulips, and daffodils not daring to show their face until sometime in April.
South Carolina during the month of March however, is a different story. Daffodils were sunning themselves and smiling brightly along walkways and in front yards. Paperwhites with their strong fragrance almost made me dizzy as we walked along curved paths at Brookgreen Gardens. Trees with pink and white buds just turning into full flowers graced us with their presences at the Battery in Charleston.
Cruel as it is to be showing my Northern readers these pictures, I hope that it instead brightens your day and lets you dream of the spring that is (hopefully) right around the corner!