Although it is March in Minnesota, it looks like May - with perennials emerging from the ground; bright green grass growing taller by the day; trees budding; and flowering bushes and trees blooming.
The bush was covered with white buds on March 21st. Within two days, the majority of the buds were in different stages of blossoms. Today, the bush is still covered with flowers.
I'd like to see if I could trim a few of the branches and try to root them in water. If I could get them to successfully root, perhaps I could plant more of these beautiful bushes around the farm. It certainly would be worth a try!