It’s finally here!
I planted my first seeds and cleared away the beds and cut down the perennials.
We had two survivors in pots, chives and rosemary (2 pots of rosemary):
The tulips are coming up and I planted Eckford’s Finest Sweet Peas in that bed, ready to climb on the trellises near the lavender. What you see sprouting up at the center and right are tulips and purple day lilies:
We moved all of the patio furniture out into the sun to dry off (and so that we could clean them… they had dryer lint all over them from sitting in front of the vent– reminds me to clean the dryer vent tube!)
Now I have to figure out what to do with these pots… which kind of flowers?
I ordered three calibrachoa flower plants… they are vibrant and beautiful, like tiny petunias that cascade:
I did get one exciting new addition, a compact veg trug, which I’m really excited about! I’m going to use it for veggie planting (other than the tomatoes, which will be in my favorite old tomato planters).
This year I am going to plant: