One of our camelias with Japanese daphne in the background.
It may still be chilly at night, but our neighborhood is full of spring flowers. There is a small peach orchard just a few hundred meters from the house. It was pruned down to stumps a couple of years ago, and I had assumed would be removed, but new growth has come fast and this year it offers a rich patch of color reminiscent of a painting by Paul Gauguin or a tasty sherbet desert.
The trees have some way to go before full bloom, but already offer a beautiful sight.
These trees are along one the walks we take with Momo the Wonder Dog. If you didn't already know, Momo is the Japanese word for peach.
Our own "peach" - Momo, the Wonder Dog