You know it’s Spring when the tulips in the garden are in full bloom. Our tulips pop up whenever the temperature warms a little. They’re the easiest perennial flowers to grow. Plant some bulbs in the fall and watch them bloom come Spring-time. Actually, we didn’t plant ours. They were planted before we moved into our house and gave us a pleasant surprise when they sprouted up three Springs ago. We’ve never watered them, fertilized them or helped them along in anyway. The bulbs in the ground pack all the nutrients and the Spring rains give them plenty of water. They just take care of themselves, year after year. This year, I like the classic yellow ones because they’re an exact match with Eye of the Storm.