Finally able to get out into the garden after a weeks worth of rain, about 4" this week. A cool day today (56F) after a weeks worth of humid 70's which were worthless because of all the rain. One more cool night tonight (37F) and then no 30's as far as the forecast goes. Hopefully I can start getting some of these in the ground this week.
New roadside bed with my Autumn Moon Japanese maple, a knockout rose, a crinum, some dianthus and a lithodora
Had spear pull on the med fan so I yanked it and replaced with a washie.
Needle looking bad after it's first winter. I don't care what anybody else says, minors are hardier for me!
Mekong Giant emerges before basjoo! Could it be hardier?
Y. White Shed should get big this year.
Trying some new things veggie wise this year. Besides the raised beds, I am planting by the phases of the moon a la Farmer's Almanac and paying attention to companion planting. In this bed I have collards, onions and carrots.
Brussels sprouts, kale and swiss chard
Tough to see, but first asparagus of the year. Unfortunately, this is only it's second season, so no harvesting until next year
More plants getting acclimated
Dinner is coming along, 2 hours so far. No rush!
Trachy did great over winter and is already growing
Older fronds are drooping, but lots of new growth on the waggie
Mulch mountain. HD had their $2/bag special today so I got 92 bags over 3 van loads or 6.8 yards. A nice start.
Thanks for looking!