Instead of the blazing oranges and reds of fall, the spring trees have soft pastel hues of light greens, pinks, whites. We have one redbud in the yard but over a dozen dogwoods.
The dogwoods show up like drifts of white snow drops on the hillside against the still bare tree branches.
Our local pileated woodpecker has been making a wood chip pile of this old log. We hear him but never see him hard at work - very sneaky guy!
The tiny wood violets (the yellow ones, I think) and clumps of deep purple ones scatter along the trail up the hillside behind us. I love their deep color and tiny size.
I hope you have enjoyed the visit to my spring yard - do go to Scenic Sunday and Today's Flowers for more lovely scenes. Thanks for stopping by!