Rain, cold, and grapple kept flowers tucked undercover until recently. This clump of peonies was given to me last fall by my neighbor. I’m thrilled they survived. Were your emerging plants later this year?
Blue Lake asparagus provides us with tender and sweet tastes of spring. I covered the beds with straw last fall and there seem to be less weeds – at least for now.
Heirloom tomatoes and my favorite slicer, Park’s Whopper, grew from seeds to starts on the counter in my office. Flower will provide a food source for Mason bees going into their cubby holes this weekend. Temps are finally warm enough to remove them from their tube in the frig.
My brother-in-law’s home in Mississippi has curb appeal after we put in a circular drive and hanging plants. We worked hard, and the effort was appreciated. Soon the house will be ready to sell. Great to be back home!
Great post! I’m so excited. My lily plants are in bloom and gorgeous.
You lucky girl, living in the South, correct? New Orleans???? I hope you post a photo or two.
Let’s hope I can post the pics!
Encouraging signs of spring! Thanks for sharing, Sally 🙂
We needed the encouragement. We may hit 70 this week – the first time since October 16th. Although I will say, I did a lot more winter riding on Lance, as we didn’t have the lengthy freezing. Rain, yes. Snow, not so much.