We had a lovely party on Saturday night to celebrate Easter as a family. I made a tri-color bundt cake. I filled the hole with malted milk ball eggs. It was easy to make and was turned out tasty and festive. I used Grandma Vivian's Noritake china - isn't it pretty?
to the wisteria on the bird feeder.
Wisteria grows wild in the trees in Shreveport - it's just beautiful!
These azaleas are my favorite. They should be ready to pop in a few more days.
The rhododendrons and magnolia tree give the entry way almost a "Secret Garden" aura. I love this time of year!
I was glad to see that the "house" plants managed to overwinter outside just fine this year. I've been watering them with rainwater every few weeks and they are thriving. In fact, as I filled the watering can with water from the bucket, a budded succulent leaf floated to the surface. I planted it in the back of the top cascading pot along with another budding leaf I found on the ground. I love plants that can fend for themselves!