Any one paying attention to their plants has seen spring arrive here. Pumpkins that just sat there all winter are pushing new lateral vines.
My roses are budding out all over.
The caladiums popped up and the impatiens covered themselves in fresh flowers. (That's new bean plants coming up in the foreground.)
The ohia trees are blooming, as is my allspice tree, seen below. All the branches are covered on fluffy white.
Even the chickens have noticed and are taking turns at being broody.
Just like most places, spring signals the plants to grow and push blooms. It's a wonderful time of the year. We don't experience the "smell of spring" here in Hawaii, but if I pay attention, I'll see things happening that only occur with spring. I love it!