It's been a long winter, or so it seems. Intellectually I know the seasons continue at their regularly scheduled pace but emotionally, that's another story.
As I showed in my previous post (and these posts have been few and far between this winter), our garden is beginning to move along a bit.
According to last year's post around this time we're right where we should be.
I believe this is a patch of tulips pushing up;
I was unaware that Heavenly Bamboo (Nandina domestica) is evergreen. But here you are;
These daffodils will need moving since they're right in the middle of a path.
And I'm sooooo relieved to see that my new "Bunny Path" made it through the winter unharmed. I've had my fingers crossed for months now.
We made these stepping stones nice and thick, they weigh around 80 lbs each.
This heuchera looks practically untouched by the cold.
Kim bought himself a larger, used chipper this year and he's been making use of it when he prunes our trees.
And as usual, Mother Nature isn't giving up on winter quite yet. This was our backyard this morning.