It is Spring here in SC where there seems to be no spring if you judge by temperatures! Cold rainy winds and rain turn into hot summer temps and sunshine overnight it seems! Today it has been raining but is 72 degrees, almost muggy-LOL! But I am not complaining...
Mourning dove in a planter.
Mourning dove couple in the bird bath. Mourning Doves are the only birds that do not have to tilt their head to drink, they suck up the water much like a horse :)
This raggedy mushroom is growing over what is left of a tree stump just under the surface of the dirt.
I love this picture! It is mistletoe, which is green year round growing in the branches of a Maple tree. The red keys of the tree are a nice contrast against the blue sky. Mistletoe grows wild here and can be seen in almost any tree.
I have many clumps of Shamrocks around my yard and they blossom all through Spring, Summer and Fall. Their lush green color and pink blossoms are a joy to behold. They come back or stay all through the winter months.
These wonderful Wisteria blossoms have come out in full force on the little vine that my Bill started from a seed! It took 2 years of growing before it had flowers but well worth the wait. I am training it to climb the tree trunks in the side yard.
The mums come back every year wintering over.
This is the reflection of the Azalea bushes on the opposite bank, so pretty! Thank you for visiting today and do come again soon. If you have time, please visit my other blogs listed in the sidebar. :)
My wild heart to yours...