The garlic I planted last fall is poppin’ up! Both the soft and hard neck varieties and it looks like every single clove has sprouted. This is the first time I have planted garlic. I will keep you posted.
This lettuce has popped up from last year! It survived the winter without any protection other than it’s old leaves. This makes me very excited about what I can accomplish with a hoop house or row cover come this fall.
My first daffodils have popped open. I plan to keep planting more each year. These are supposed to naturalize.
This is a Northeastern wildflower I have identified as Coltsfoot, Tussilago farfara, that decided to pop up in my flower bed along the north side of our garage / workshop wall. It was a nice surprise to see her bright yellow blooms.