Today is nasty and overcast but that didn't stop me from checking to see what is peeking out of the ground!
I have about 4 different varieties of later daffodils which are teasing me with their fat buds!
I am trialing a tip I saw in one of my (many) garden books. Obviously using 6 pack holders to (hopefully) keep my peonies from a mud facial during their peak bloom time.
Saturday I relocated some shamrocks. They will be a nice edger to view as I pass through my white arbor.
This native sedum is freshening up. It makes me smile to see it "pouring" from the spout!
I would really love this wisteria if it would bloom! I keep thinking..."maybe this year." I am enjoying the purple hyacinths at the base of it.
No Pixie is not laughing at me...she found a nut to mouthe on!
I am impressed with the vigor of this native columbine. This is my first time to grow it and it seems to be thriving in a difficult spot.