I found blue sky!
I found the rambling rose leafing out and creating a green tree where the cherry leaves are yet to unfold.
I could tell the time on the sundial!
The first tulips are showing a hint of color.
Camellias have survived the rain.
Violets! My mother's namesake.
Pulmonaria in pink.
Red flowering currant, a native.
Brunnera 'Jack Frost"
Mouse plant. The 'mice' hide in the foliage. See their long tails.
An early rhododendron
Pulmonaria in blue.
Pansies in planters.
The exotic red trillium has multiplied and will open soon. The native white trillium are still bright white. They will fade to pink/purple soon.
A red corydalis
Hostas ready to unfurl.
Native Oregon grape will soon be attracting bees.
After I came in for lunch it clouded over and we had a shower, but now it's brightening up again.
The smiles continue.