spring arriving

responding to warmth

colour growth harmony

all bees welcomed

Today, the first day of October, the second month of Spring finally feels like that season has arrived. We had a lazy lunch at a cafe in Black Rock where Maggie had the usual fuss made of her and a selfie taken. When we arrived home I went for a walk around the garden capturing some of the different plants currently flowering on my camera. Only five are indigenous, can you identify the exotics. The one we are observing most keenly is our Blueberry bush as it is laden with flowers turning to fruits as the bees attend.

18 thoughts on “spring arriving

  1. Beautiful haiku poem, and of course great touches for Spring. For me, the most beautiful season… Your flowers are amazing, what a beautiful colours… Bees are so lucky! Thank you dear Denis, Have a wondwerful Spring, Love, nia

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