Anniversary Flower . . .
March departs Manhattan’s hills and buildings like a lamb leaning into a strong wind, still chill, under a blue sky.
A single Common Snowdrop bloom, white, brightens a nearby bed of graying evergreen boughs. The sight, a month later than such encounters during previous years. A sign, pictured here on March 20th, a sure sign of Spring starting. The vernal equinox, punctuated by a flowering plant.
A modest anniversary also passed with the arrival of this Spring. Wildflowers of the West Village completed another cycle of four seasons –
Happy Fourth Anniversary, Wildflowers of the West Village . . .
– rPs 03 31 2014