This week it rained, and rained, and rained. We've had 9" for the month of march, a new record. No wonder my back yard looks like a swimming pool. It hasn't deterred the daffodils, though. Gotta love them!
Next fall, I'm planting WAY more of the fancy guys. LOVE the fancy ones and you can just never have enough daffodils.
This week, a trip to Costco produced a combo bag with 2 more peonies, a couple of white iris, and a black daylily. They had perennials on sale at fred meyer, so I came home with a white ground cover, a Spanish lavender, and a black and white carnation that looks like it will be pretty cool. I also planted my peas, but it's still a bit too early for the other seeds.
It looks like all of our little fruit trees will be blooming soon, so the fact that the deer ate them last fall didn't hurt them TOO much, although I think fig newton has bit it from deer eating and the cold winter.
The bananas look like they survived, but the artichokes did not, pooh. At least the artichokes are cheaper and easier to get.
Next week, more bark, finishing a past due present, and chopping a mushroom log. We'll see.....