Tomatoes hardening off... I think we have 13 flats.
I love the sight of redbuds blooming in the spring. I didn't know, given my ignorance of trees and the drought last summer, if I was lucky enough to have any redbuds. We have two!
While working outside today, I remembered my hat in an effort to avoid the nearly-obligatory first ferocious sunburn of the summer. (No, it's not summer weather, but it's always the first sunburn!)
Rhubarb is thriving!
I don't see any major gaps in the strawberries, so I think we planted well. The rain has definitely aided in helping plants establish themselves.
Peas, lettuce, spinach, and onions are planted. Who left the shed door open? I think one of my little helpers have come by...
Despite the thriving weeds and lilies around them, threatening to choke them out, the garlic is doing well.
ASPARAGUS! I am so relieved to discover five plants survived the searing heat last summer. Q added his finger to the picture. I'm looking forward to the first harvest of the spring!
The Assistant and Q added their thumbs to this onion picture. The onion have lovely new growth, and I hope they enjoyed the cold weather we had recently. It should aid in bulb size.
Until next time, remember, this is not paradise. It's Purgatory Ranch.