Just a few days ago, I was enjoying the warm weather and taking pictures of butterflies and bees feeding on the flowers of my Elbow Bush shrubs, Forestiera pubescens. The shrubs are also known as Spring Herald because they are one of first native plants to bloom in the spring.
These little Narcissus are another plant that is often caught off guard by the weather. They seem to be a little sad that they popped up before the last of the cold weather passed. I am happy because I got a day off from work.
Plans for spring are on hold for now. There is a possibility of more ice at the end of this week and there could be more after that. Our average last frost date is a little over three weeks away.