What a pleasure a vernal garden! Crocuses blue, white, yellow. They make their way through the old autumn dead leaves, they are not afraid of the cold and rain.
Crocus open their buds only when the sun shines, and if the clouds cover the sun at once crocuses close their buds. But I think we can forgive their whim - they're first spring flowers.
White hyacinths have appeared too they are not yet opened. Soon the scent of flowering hyacinths will fill the garden.
Near the fence black currant bushes grow. I was surprised to see big buds on their branches. At once I have thought that after a week I have to spray all the bushes from pests.
Last autumn I cut rose stems and now I see they wintered well: the first sprouts have appeared.
My list to do is: to spray black currant and rose bushes, to rake and clean, picking up old leaves into compost. On the windowsills my flower and vegetable seedlings are growing. I have a lot to do.
What is your list to do, readers?