These Kerria japonica – with their delicately ruffled flowers, held aloft on slender arching stems that sway ever so gracefully in the breeze – have been the destination of my morning walk for the past two weeks. It won’t be long before the twigs are covered with leaves rather than blossoms, and just like the flowering quince and forsythia, I’ll be sad to see them go. But until then, I’m doing my best to enjoy the short lived fleeting beauty of Spring.
Have a wonderful weekend and a Happy Easter!
I’m not familiar with this lovely plant and would be ever so grateful if anyone reading could share its name in the comments. Thank you Rainbow Bobbins!