Spring is just around the corner along with Easter.
Since the sun is shining here today,
I thought I'd share one more tulip postcard from the Pacific Northwest.
From the back of the postcard:
"Topping" involves cutting off the tops of the flowers that are just past their bloom. This keeps petals from causing decay in the lower stem of a tulip and redirects the plant's energy into feeding the bulb for next year.
Roozengaarde Garden, Mount Vernon, Washington
To celebrate Easter a reproduction vintage Easter postcard.
This one makes me smile with Daddy Rabbit buying eggs from the chicken for little bunny.
Bring on the bunnies!
Thank you to the lovely Beth for hosting Postcard Friendship Friday each week.
Wishing you WELL and much JOY.