Things are slowly but surely popping up in the yard. Turns out my scallions from last year over overwintered without a problem…I wonder if they’re still any good.
The buds on the peach are swelling,I hope we avoid any late frost,I really want peaches!!!!!
Have any of you had issues with rabbits eating your azaleas? They destroyed my two Rhododendron ‘Golden Lights’this winter. I’m not pleased.
I still don’t have anything blooming addy home but I’ll leave you with this lovely little aconite from work
…And still all you get is this picture of a witch hazel because I’ve been so busy remodelling the house, prepping for classes, doing tv segments, and living luge in general that sometimes I forget to breathe. But spring is coming and I can’t resist showing off baby plants so I’m sure you’ll at least get a bulb or two out of me! Btw, this hazel (cultivar Jelena) is blooming in my new garden at work. She’s the first flowers we’ve had all season. Snow drops started this week too! Amazing when you think about how it was below zero last week!
I finally got to experience the tundra for real! I’ll actually pat about the botanical highlights when we return but for now I thought I’d leave you with th these pictures I took from the top of a mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park.