|My sister Elaine gave us some more daffodils for Easter. We planted them outside on Friday. So pretty.|
I had to cut the grass on Friday. It finally got long enough that it needed it. Before I cut it I took a picture of the wild violets and grape hyacinths that are all over the yard.
The tulips are up and about to bloom, but only one has so far.
I planted the pansies and violas in my long box. They look much better now since they have had a chance to get watered and dig their roots in.
The ranunculus is planted close to the house where I can see it from the kitchen windows and back door. I want to get some more to fill up this bed.
The parsley and chives are in the earth box. I moved the china mushrooms there too and a few of the extra violas. This is where I am going to put my fairy garden. I haven't yet, but sometime this week for sure.
Hope you enjoyed seeing my garden. Now off to make dinner. We are having one of Joe's favorites: salad, lamb chops, green beans, baked potato and a slice of coffee cake made by one of the ladies at church. I didn't get there in time for fellowship hour, but made sure I had Dorothea's cake to take home. Yummy! She is such a good cook.
Have a nice evening everyone!
High: 62 degrees
Low: 46 degrees
(During this past winter I thought I would never see temperatures this high again!)
Sunrise: 6:05 a.m.
Sunset: 7:51 p.m.
13 hours and 46 minutes of daylight