- Snow Peas
- Lima Beans
- Buttercrunch Lettuce
- Red Leaf Lettuce
- "Salad Mix" Greens
- Lavender (barely)
- Moss (random, yes I know)
The known world with respect to my garden:
Our lovely new Alabama Crimson Honeysuckle.
My tomatoes are coming up well!
A variety (left to right) salad mixes, spinaches, and tomatoes.
Of all my lavender plants, this is the only one to survive. I might have to supplement my lavender crop this year.
Lovely, hardy chives, rosemary, and basil. I'm so excited to have a real herb garden for once!
These peppers were on for a good price at our local Southern States. I hadn't bought seeds or started any, and I just couldn't pass them up.
An assortment of plants that I've been working with. There's cilantro and parsley, and the big guy in the corner is two different types of lettuce.
The first peep of yellow from my daffodils. How is it that everyone else's daffodils are in full bloom or dying off and ours are just beginning?
Now these, I'm fairly certain, are hostas. They are EVERYWHERE! The lady we bought the house from really had a thing for them.
In her excitement, Hailey has been jumping all over my blackberry, so we're fencing it tomorrow. For now the stakes have helped.
My peas are sprouting! After reading a publication from the UMD extension office, I though it would never happen. I'm so pleased to be wrong :o)
Mysteries of the dirt:
This is some kind of vine, perhaps a honeysuckle. Does anyone know what it is?
I still have no clue on this sucker. Given that there are new growths out of the ground and a lot of mostly dead leaves around it, I'm thinking I should have cut it back last fall.
I think this might be a hibiscus bush. That's the only lead I have. One of these days I'll take a cutting into a nursery to find out for sure.
We all call this hens and chicks, but I'm fairly certain it's not. As I accidentally found out, each of those little leaf-flower-thingies has its own root system, kind of like a tuber.