All of my forsythia shrubs were transplanted or propagated from tiny shrub starts.
Creeping phlox offers a splash of pale lavender and spreads.
Spring and its intense flowering beauty is what we in Michigan live for!
Daffodils and a burning bush in front of the pole barn.
Wild spreading violets in the vegetable garden. They will be transplanted when it rains.
Our homesteads many flowers, shrubs, fruit trees and bushes are really starting to come alive!
Planted in 2015 , this peach tree replaced a tree that died from our high ground water flooding.
The low growing flowers and shrubs behind the three-season porch.
The newly planted (2015) silver lace vine on the trellis is putting out leaves.
Masses of wild purple violets bloom in the bird feeding bed under the dogwood tree.
Freckles and Snowball out and about enjoying the sunshine.
The playhouse in the spring; day lilies are growing again and the climbers are too.
Chalk drawings on the sidewalk speaks the language of spring.
I hope you enjoy a view of this week on the homestead and that you bloom where you are planted!
Small House homesteader, Donna