Yellow Blooms, Late February
Nine days after I brought forsythia branches indoors I found the first three flowers opening. By today—day eleven—the whole arrangement is showing off. Through the yellow tinged branches I can see a red cardinal flitting around in the falling snow. Two thirds of the primary color group is making an appearance on a late February day.
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I can just picture that red bird flitting past the view of these bright yellow flowers…what a terrific image for this winter day!
So beautiful and cheery! Thanks for sharing!
I agree with Cindy, great visual and love the forced branches. I want to try this
How utterly delightful. I wonder if the same method works for witch hazel?
Lovely. I wish I had a cardinal here. I never get the bird food out early enough to attract them…