The little Violas that I planted in fall are all sending up lots of flowers now.
Last weekend we had a couple of nice sunny days and the chickens loved laying out in it.
We put "cages" around the blueberry bushes. For years they weren't noticed by birds, but over the last couple years the Robins have found them as well as our chickens. Further down we planted some raspberries and put some supports in for them.
Marsh Marigold is blooming.
The white Bleeding Heart is always ahead of the pink ones.
Hopefully these girls are finding lots of slugs to eat!
Pink Flowering Currant is so close to blooming! The hummingbirds are crazy for them.
I just found Sugar Snap Peas popping through today. They weren't there yesterday. No sign of the Sweet Peas yet though.
Inside the row cover there is lots and lots of brand new sprouts.
In another month or so the shed garden will be loaded with flowers.
One of the few daffodils to come back. The Tete-a-tetes seem to do the best in my yard.
I've started seeing a pair of Wrens working on a nest in a birdhouse in our backyard, honey bees were out this weekend and the Towhee that is here every spring splashing away daily in the birdbath is back. I've found a few new plants to put in the garden. I love this time of year.All words and photos in this post are property of A Gardener in Progress.