It's a season of small pleasures this spring. Like the violet hue of the siberian iris leaves as we were coming out of winter last month. Never seen that before.
The perkiness of a stand-up hellebore looking at the sky;
The pink, yellow, and blue of the heuchera, Yellow Hammer rhody, and the forget-me-nots;
Two days before I took this photo, this camellia had nothing but buds on it. Then—boom!
And the new leaves of the Shirasawanum Autumn Moon coming out of their pink wrappers;
And last but not least, the fractal-like leaf colors of a hardy cyclamen seedling popping up in a new spot yards away from its ancestors, where I'm happy to have it.