by Richard Diebenkorn, who died on March 30, 1993, at 70 years of age due to complications from emphysema. That's my drink reference for the T Stands for Tuesday blogger gathering.
Spring has come to Memphis. I cut back all the wild coleus I had let stand through the winter so the birds could use them for the seeds and for perching. I pulled out the dead leaves so the black-eyed susans, bee balm, and wild sunflower could get the warming sun. It's been rainier than usual, but we've had a couple of days of sunshine with a high reaching up even into the 80s F one day.
On the patio I have native honeysuckle:
and pink dogwood:
The dogwood is in a pot:
Last week on my way to the grocery store I got photos of the tulips planted at the corner outside the Dixon Gallery and Gardens:
and the cherry trees on the road that leads to the Memphis Botanic Gardens:
Both gardens are closed now.