I gathered up some organic compost to enrich my vegetable beds, cleaned the beds up (of dead greens and parsley), admired the leeks of various sorts (some looking wan, others - the perennial ones- looking more robust), clipped back some perennial stems, and thought: I'm waiting for spring.
It's still way too early, I know, but there are daffodils in flower around the corner. And tulip foliage is emerging, too, in spots I've tucked former Valentine's Day bulbs in, to overwinter.
I'm remembering hummingbird visits some years ago (we saw lots in Guatemala recently, primarily visiting feeders, but also in gardens).
Here was a great sequence of photos on a venerable Campsis at the Biltmore Estate, some years ago.
|A hummingbird coming in to visit a Campsis flower: click for a larger view.|