This magnolia is more yellow in bud, creamier once it opens, but I think it's really fine.
Corylopsis dangles its blossoms at the edge of the lawn
Native buckeye is verging towards chartreuse but will yellow up as it opens
Creeping Jenny is truly on the chartreuse side of things
but so lovely against the blue of the ajuga
Golden oregano in the background, yellow leaves of spider wort in the pot,
electric next to the purple pansy
We sally forth into spring, each day brings new tasks, prepping the soil for planting the tomatoes, pruning the fig tree, pulling last falls greens from the garden before they go entirely to flower and cleaning, cooking, freezing or eating them. This makes way for the spring planting of greens which are coming right along. And the asparagus is starting, so having a break from other veggies is actually a good thing, it's all we can do to keep up with the asparagus harvest once it gets into full swing.
This is an OK problem to have.