Spring has definitely arrived in New York City! Everywhere I look, both at curbside and parks, bulbs are poking up through the dead leaves on the ground.
Pansies that have revived in planters are aspreading their colorful cheer. Ferns and fiddle heads are beginning to grow in the Brooklyn Botanical Garden as well as the magnolia trees. Check out my post about the Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Magnolia trees on this link.
Peach blossoms are in bloom....
....and even some early cherry blossoms are beginning to open, much earlier than in previous years due to the unusually mild weather we have had at the end of this winter season. You can see my post about the cherry blossoms in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on this link. The Garden also has a link up called the "Cherry Watch" with updates as to when the majority of cherry trees will be at peak viewing. It is a glorious sight to see!
So what does all of this have to do with Spring cleaning tips?