I arrived at work a little early this morning and happened to have my camera with me.
Don't know the name of this rhododendron but I love that the hot pink buds open to such delicate nearly white blossoms.
Blooms to come and foliage as well!
The building was erected in 1926 in Tudor Revival Style.
This tulip, illuminated from behind, seems to glow from inside.
While most of our daffodils are finished for the year, there are still some later varieties blooming.
Puyallup, the valley where the church is located, used to be the home of many bulb farms, now only one remains but the daffodil festival and parade is still a big local tradition.
Luckily, I got to spend some time in the garden today while it was sunny.
Of course, the best part is finding what the Easter Bunny left!