We had two hot (80) days, but mostly the weather has been cooler (60) with lots of rain. The garden is more green than anything else.
Here's where we are with spring growth.
My garden is full of a plant that has the leaves of a carrot. I have pulled them up to see if they are carrots, but there is no large root. They smell like carrots. They started growing in the fall and stayed alive over the winter. I'm waiting to see what they are because they could be a wildflower (I seem to remember that there is one that smells like carrots).
Some quick research... Queen Anne's lace Daucus carota
Two lily of the valley came up:
And the bleeding heart is huge!
The side bed never fails to impress.
Foxglove doing well. The pink one I planted next to it did not come back.
This is behind the foxglove. There should be an Agastache coming up that seems to be missing too.
This Columbine is doing very well.
This is two Del Oro's, some sage in the front, and the Buddleia getting full in the back.
Azalea about to pop!
and something growing in front of it... wildflower?
Kitchen window bed is coming along.