I have enjoyed this warm weather we have been experiencing. It feels so much like spring. I have to keep reminding myself that this is February. Temps this week have been seasonable in the mid-low sixties and cool nights in the forties.
This weekend I planted some bulbs and roots and put down some seeds. It is too early to be putting seeds out but I just couldn't resist.
Still have lots to do in this area but I couldn't resist getting something in the ground here. I planted hollyhocks and echinacea purpea and some seeds.
The yellow Knockout roses were hard to resist at Lowe's...
And the red Knockout roses were so full of buds too.
A new Bruce Plum tree was sitting pretty at Lowe's and begging to come home. Have to get another for pollination.
The peach trees have blooms though they don't seem as big and full as 2 years ago.
The azaleas are getting ready to be so pretty. This particular one has been blooming for the past 3 months.
Put down another starter garden. I put down Clematis Jackmanii and Bleeding Heart and some seeds. I intended to go all the way around but I wimped out on Saturday so I'll get back to that later. I noticed after taking this that the neighbor cat has been in here.
The daffodils are so bright in an otherwise dreary looking garden.
My mother will be meeting with a surgeon next week to discuss removing the cancer in her lung. It is looking positive for a good recovery. We are being positive and believing she will be fine. Thank you for your prayers.