Spring has a way of sending the human senses into a drunken delight, don’t you think? After a season of cold, short days and frozen ground, spring breathes life back into us with its new green, explosion of colors, sun-warmth, sweet pollen and nectar. Our hemisphere is, at long last, tilted back toward the sun again, and life begins anew. The bees, too, seem to be in a bit of a delighted frenzy over it. I don’t blame them. In Open Lotus Garden, there is surely no shortage of nature’s beauty to swoon over. What’s your favorite spring garden intoxication?
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