|Sowed two types of Columbine seed around the base of this tree.|
|Raspberry corner. Sowed a few pockets of Columbines in front of the gating. Already have volunteer Columbines from the neighbors garden coming up. Still needs weeding.|
|These smell so good.|
|Went ahead and got the garden beds started. Spinach on the left. Three types (three mounds each) of different color fingerling potatoes).|
|Front garden bed: Broccoli in back. White onions in front (two rows for cutting, two tightly spaced rows for green onions)|
Back garden bed: More broccoli in back, red onions in front.
|Daffodils and Tulips (reds, orange and varigated) spaced along curve. Butter fly bush seed planted.|
|Trying to fix our drainage problem, need to move more rock on new top soi. Hollyhocks planted to the left of stone wall.|
Friday will be a mulch and weeding day, family style. And then a little wait until May and it's warm enough to lay down the rest of the flower seed.
I think, except for the possible tomato plant, carrots and maybe a few pockets of basil, I think the vegetable garden is pretty well set until the onions can be the pulled the broccoli is done for the season. I'll probably see what fall veggies I can start when those start coming up, but broccoli, onion, spinach and potatoes serves us quite well.