In other years I think I would have elbowed my way into local greenhouses, looking for the Mandevillas by this time.
All that's happened out front is reasonably serious tidying up.
A check on the green stuff. I do hope this is Solomon's Seal, but I did see it up at the old house and know where to get more!
Lot's of colchium. A lovely stand of paper narcissus in the front. Anemones starting up all around.
We stopped at the garden supply across the road last night and laid in mulch, and stones for a project. We got four bags of mid sized Pocono stones to line the ditch the excess rainwater chose from the downspout to the road.
Laura hopes for more variety of tone when the mud washes off. I smile at future archaeologists cursing us for moving stones and rocks all over this country to satisfy our decorating purposes.
Our Texas totem is behind the bench. Windy, windy day; after two beautiful spring days, rain is on the way.
The view from above, with the stone watercourse to the road finished.
Solar windchime, from Texas too. The wind threatened to demolish it, so it has taken refuge in Laura's window.
A birdhouse in the pear tree. I am sure a sparrow will lay claim as soon as possible. Since the sparrows have been evicted from Mr. Next Door's kitchen vent, this sparrow may knock on my door and thank me.
Done for the day!
Stuffed peppers for supper.