My husband is a better photographer than me. So I allow the field photographing completely to him. He makes nice pictures like this also at home if he has time:
|Androsace carnea brigantiaca|
Last year I sowed also Anrosace carnea 'Rosea' seeds, but they did not germinate. They are germinating just now!
|Primula marginata again|
|Saxifraga x elisabethae cv.|
There are buds on the Primula elatior. I collected the seeds on the Raxalpe a few years ago. It is flowering now the first time. Androsace pubescens (last year's seedling) has also buds. And the Dodecatheon has two leaf rosettes now.
The sunshine pulls everything out from the earth. If I could sit and look, I could have seen the shoots growing and the buds opening. That's why I adore spring.
And for farewell, a little tit "working" in the garden: