|My dog is a mouser! Go Layla!|
|Looking south as the storms come in from the southwest - our prevailing weather pattern.|
|Fresh and steaming hardwood mulch. I love that smell...|
|Wood for more raised beds|
By the time I got back home, a light rain was coming down, but the thunder and lightning had moved on. I quickly got incredibly muddy as I dug out all 25 holes for the A. uva-ursi. It was getting late by the time I finished digging so I took a few pictures of the plants since they were all coming out in full spring glory!
|Lonicera caerulea edulis - in pots for later planting, just not sure where...|
|Helianthus tuberosus - they survived the wind!|
|Elaegnus umbellata - all 30 planted two weeks ago are in leaf!|
|Fragaria x ananassa - transplanted from Granny's last week and doing great!|
|Allium sativum "Giant" - saying "Hello World!"|
|Solanum tuberosum "Purple Majesty" - looking forward to purple mashed taters!|
|Solanum lycopersicum and Capsicum anuum - not sure those stakes will be stable enough for the maters. Hmm.|
|Hibiscus syriacus - all 96. Really.|
This week is going to be daunting as I plant all of those Rose of Sharon for our north and west hedgerow.