Six on Saturday - flowers and a harvest!
The past week has been in the 70s, and the garden loved it!
So many seeds have sprouted.
So many flower have blossomed.
There's even a delicious harvest ready!
Six on Saturday for March 23, 2019
The Propagator at
1 - grape hyacinths have replaced the crocus in beds and containers
2 - flowering quince is doing just that, flowering
3 - the Flavor Supreme pluot (plumcot) is blooming
4 - forsythia is nearly at full flower
5 - miner's lettuce keeps popping up. Last year there was one in a blueberry container, but that was it. I have no idea where so many seeds came from, both front yard and back. I don't mind it, I think it's a pretty plant, plus it is edible. The leaves are fleshy and taste a bit like spinach. Here it is growing in the pure sand of the fire pit.
6 - last, but definitely not least, the beginning of the very, very short asparagus harvest season! (If I'd know the photo was blurry, I'd have taken another before I ate the asparagus. They're sitting on my new plates from the Dollar Tree, which are really very pretty and springy!)