Better late than never and spring finally starting to show its face. Some of these beauties normally bloom in March - not end of April, but this year everything is skewed so I'm just happy to see splashes of colors!
Inside the beds veggies also waking up, with Asparagus that got hit by heavy freeze is in the recovery mode, garlic doing very well and rhubarb taking over as usual. Everything needs weeding of course.
On the patio, Lemon and Lime ready to go into bloom - they had hard time inside as it's too dry for them, so they didn't show much growth and shed few leaves. I hop we'll see some citrus ripe for picking by Christmas like last year.
I also bought two new plants - blackberry to add to our back side of the property - we have a "bold" spot where tree was downed by storm so need to fill it up and this would be useful to have. Another one is a new fig that is a replacement of our figs that died off this winter. It went to -18 degrees Fahrenheit and figs can't survive that cold even if we tried wrapping them in rags.
And of course inside the house my seedlings are growing away - these are my tomato seedlings that are ready to be transplanted into larger containers. They will remain in-house for at least 3 more weeks until it gets to 70 degrees outside in the garden.
I was worried that I planted everything very late, but with Mother Nature not cooperating this year I'm wondering now if I will have enough time in the garden to actually harvest anything at all. Time will tell.