Spring Comes in for a Landing on Ole’ Cape Cod – Finally

Well it looks like spring has finally decided to come to Cape Cod to stay!!

The pansies are overflowing the container gardens now, their little faces smiling with delight as they dance in the soft sea breezes.

The daffies have begun to open wide their blossoms, knowing now for sure that there will be no more silly frosts to worry about.

And one of my favorites, the stunning blue glory-of-the-snow, has popped up almost overnight in the small meadow where I walk.

I wait all winter for their bold blue color and tiny white star centers…

And will you look at THIS!

These three brave crocuses decided that sole old broken piece of lattice fence wasn’t going to stop their celebration of spring’s return, no siree!

Isn’t it amazing…

How determined some things are to survive and grow, no matter what life throws at them?

So Happy Spring everybody!  That’s a sure thing now from this ole’ Cape Cod that gets a little less chilly each and every day!  😉

 

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6 thoughts on “Spring Comes in for a Landing on Ole’ Cape Cod – Finally”

    1. Thank you so much! And I have looked at so many photos of blue flowers to try and identify these that I love so much. Still confusing, perhaps I’ll have to ask the folks who live on the property, to solve the mystery. Thank you for your idea! 😉

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      1. Thank you for these!! Beautiful! It looks like the squill might be a bit tall for what I have here in the meadow. Would think it’s the glory of the snow. Let me know if you think so, too! 😉

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