When I look outside,I see a world covered in a thick blanket of snow.This is normal for this time of year and I am very thankful for the moisture this snow will give us.
It is also normal by this time of year to get a little anxious to see signs of spring.
In the outside world I will have to wait for the sun to warm things up and melt the snow so the flowers can once again grow.
All pictures are taken last year or earlier.
The small, yet so pretty Bleeding Heart is seen in many early summer gardens. I think they are so cute. This was captured at The English Gardens in Winnipeg.
I have fallen in love with Geraniums over the last few years. They seem to grow well for me and bloom almost non-stop from spring till freeze-up.
As most of you already know,I love roses and I love them in all colors, even the simple white ones.
Another flower captured at The English Gardens in Winnipeg.
I turned to an App on my phone to help with identifying this flower.The App called "Picture This" works really well.It tells me it is a Prairie Coneflower. I see these in ditches along the country roads around here.
No question as to what this flower is The beautiful Waterlily is a regal looking flower.The English Gardens in Winnipeg have numerous colos in the Lily pond.