Here in Maryland we have had almost three solid weeks of some-rain-each-day (it didn't add up to a large amount altogether, but we set a record for consecutive days of measurable rain, at 15, and then it kept raining after the day that broke the record). It's stayed pretty chilly, too. I have not put the tomatoes in yet. On the whole the flowers are good, though, and I think at seasonal average.
Additions to the previous post:
|One of what I think of as "Barbara's poppies" (they were overrunning her vegetable garden, so I rescued some)|
|Cranberrybush viburnum now open|
|Alliums also opened up|
|Amsonia starting to bloom. I have more of these to go in that I grew from seed.|
|And one lone rosebud!|
Meanwhile things progress very slowly in the Food Forest Thing out back, but in the drier periods we've done a little. Today I need to get mulch on the black raspberries. No time like the present... before it decides to rain again.