|Ranunculas in the Greenhouse|
So are the flowers and grass....
The variegated cannas, waking up from their winter nap, have spectacular foliage all summer. Later, when the nights warm up, they will have orange blooms.
The bees love the blooms that the pittosporum has in the early spring.
They also can't resist the flowers of the honeysuckle vine.
I like my flowers to spill over and creep outside the edge of the garden beds. Here the honeysuckle is sending out runners in the pittosporum. Don't you think they look nice together?
Do you recognize these buds?
They belong to the trumpet vine. It is ready to burst into bloom. Do you see all the buds?
About a week ago I showed the wild dewberry plant. They are now in full bloom. Next will come the dewberries. Then comes the dewberry muffins! And jam, too.
Can you believe the potatoes are this tall in March?
Back in the greenhouse, the tomatoes are getting stronger.
All 72 of them......and six varieties.
And 72 pepper seedlings are beginning to see the light. In a few days, another tray will be ready to come out and take their place in the greenhouse.
They are depending on me for their care....