“Is any moment of the year more delightful than the present? What there is wanting in glow of colour is more than made up for in fullness of interest. Each day some well-known, long remembered plant bursts into blossom.”
— Henry A. Bright, from A Year in a Lancashire Garden
Blossoms abound this time of year. One can hardly keep up with the newest blooms. This year, in the midst of tulip season, the lilacs are already bursting into flower. Since we were in the Skagit Valley to see the tulips, we decided to swing by Jello Mold Farm to see what was happening there. And lilacs were abounding. These are indeed long-remembered plants to me. My mother had a large lilac bush by her garden, and the scent of lilacs brings back memories of my childhood on the farm.
Here are some photos of…
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