Three lessons from my garden this morning:
1. Appreciate the past, for it makes the present possible.
This particular hydrangea blooms from old wood, which I’ve learned not to remove.
2. Have faith that today will yield a lush tomorrow.
Shoots, reeds and leaves will be tulips, irises and lilies in no time.
Pink climbing roses will fill this corner.
3. Above all: Enjoy the delicate present!
Hellebores blooms face the ground. You have to photograph them from very close, looking upward.
Crocus is only here for a little moment, but it’s here before anything else.