|This area is no longer shady which means these guys won't thrive.|
Erythronium oregonum emerges from the ground like synchronized swimmers.
|White fawn lily|
Did I really intentionally plant these with this distribution? Why not a clump of bulbs, maybe in an odd number, Heather? Sigh.
My flowering currants should be blooming any second.
The rhubarb is going nuts. I told Greg he has to stick with me until we can harvest some, since I planted it for him. We might be able to harvest some stalks this year but it probably won't be much.
We've had so many birds in the yard, attacking the feeder and frolicking in the baths. They are going to eat me out of house and home. The birdbaths have been freezing over at night, maybe that's why the lady ferns are staying put?
Sadly, the neighborhood cats have been visiting the bird feeder as well.
I can't wait to hook up the hoses so I can spray these predators when they come hunting on my property.
But mostly I would like them to stop using my raised beds as a toilet. I have peas to grow, damn it.