Looks like spring finally decided to arrive here - much later than usual this year. First of our snow-drops showed up in the small garden - I'm trying to get them to multiply but not having much of a luck.
And our crocuses slowly waking up - these were in the bed covered with plastic for the winter so they're a bit ahead of the others - everything else is still covered with ice and snow.
One of my small beds in the original garden was under cover for winter - it has parsley, garlic, broccoli and red cabbage that was planted last fall. By the right border are some small gentle-pink tulips. Not sure if anything will actually produce but I'll leave it as is for now.
And from another bed still surrounded by ice is overwintered Blue Kale - just starting to grow fresh greens so I hope to have them in a pot in few weeks.
But of course Mother Nature is not giving up that easily - more snow on the way tonight and tomorrow. Let's hope it's the last of it for this winter season.