much more weeding needs to be done.
the vegetable garden is coming along, everything has sprouted except the spinach (which was sort of up in the air as the seeds were quite old). I'll try to re-sow on Tuesday
the parsley i forgot to pick before coming home-all of the new parsley seeds have sprouted, as well.
most all of the tulips in the cutting garden are Darwin hybrids, which are much more "perennial" than some of the fancier tulips. i weeded all of that grass to the right of the tulips, by the way.
the hydrangeas suffered last year from a late freeze, but this spring they are greening up quite nicely.
a little bit of everything shade loving-ferns, hostas, hydrangea, lily-of-the-valley, and, of course, daffodils
back out in the cutting garden/berry patch this is the golden autumn raspberry i have been babying for a few seasons-now i have four or five new shoots!
moved several daylilies from the "nursery"-an area in the cutting garden where we plant things we have no where else to plant at the moment-to one of the more troublesome beds where nothing seems to take. the nursery itself has become a mess-more on that in a later post.
the Rembrandt tulips planted last year (which i wanted to cut, but the Penthouse only gets what won't be missed)
this viburnum is by the front door, and outside what used to be my bedroom-it usually blooms around my birthday, so that little heatwave really has pushed things along. the smell is fantastic, and just a few little branches can fill a room.