This has been the first week of spring with weather cooperative enough to permit some wildflower blooming. The result was a collision of three types of wildflowers that usually bloom separately from one another: bloodroot, anemone, and trout lily.
I was pleased to see all three of them today. I haven’t had the chance to see all three of them in a few years. Every spring, I intend to capture all the season’s changes in flora, and then time just runs away from me. The next thing I know, the irises are in bloom. At least that hasn’t happened yet this year.
The first picture below shows the next bloom in spring’s progress: Virginia bluebells.