The hazelnut catkins are in full bloom. The ruby streaks which overwintered are sending up flower stalks too. It is from tiny blossoms like these that many of our foods come.
BB has found something interesting in the ruby streaks. If I had a nose like his, I could probably smell how things are growing underground. I could plant seeds and by sniffing, tell when they are about to pop out of the ground.
Tulips are shooting out of the ground too. The warm, spring sun is calling them out of the ground. It’s time to get busy weeding and deciding what to plant first, and second, and third, and on and on.