Finally — Some Color!

It’s taken a while, but it’s great to see a bit of color in my yard. I’m not sure if the other tulips will bloom — they don’t seem to like the ninety-degree weather we had, so I’m celebrating whatever beauty I find in my yard.

To paraphrase Shakespeare, though they be but few, they are beautiful!


Pat Bertram is the author of Grief: The Inside Story – A Guide to Surviving the Loss of a Loved One. “Grief: The Inside Story is perfect and that is not hyperbole! It is exactly what folk who are grieving need to read.” –Leesa Healy, RN, GDAS GDAT, Emotional/Mental Health Therapist & Educator.

7 Responses to “Finally — Some Color!”

  1. Phyllis Says:

    I think they’re very pretty

  2. Carol J. Garvin Says:

    They are beautiful, indeed. I love all the wonderful colours that tulips bring to a spring garden. I just wish I could grow them here, but the deer eat them before the blooms even open. I do have bluebells coming as the snowdrops finish, so that’s welcome colour. There are more things bursting forth in town than we have here–we’re a little higher altitude. I saw forsythia and cherry blossoms there on the weekend. So pretty!

  3. Jessica Says:

    We need to celebrate beauty whenever we can😊 autumn in my neck of the woods – when it’s not raining the colours are amazing! But still jealous of your spring (my favourite season)and the beautiful tulips😉

  4. Judy C Galyon Says:

    I am glad to see such beautiful color. I’m surprised that you have 90 already. We have seen 2 days at 80. I’m waiting for my roses and hydrangeas to bloom. There is some green on my wisteria tree, but I think we must have had a cold snap of something because the is no sign of purple. I do have lots of green on the ground. That is growing fast. The yard has been mowed twice already. Allergies are hitting everyone.

  5. Janet Says:

    Hello Pat,

    Happy Spring! Although you say your tulips are few, they are truly.
    beautiful. They are the perfect picture of Spring. Enjoy them and whatever plants bloom. Thank you for sharing.

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