The daily walks in the garden are discovering more and more plants growing.
The peonies are poking through the ground, such a delight to see and the promise of gorgeous pink/white blooms in the weeks ahead.
Look at the rhubarb making wonderful progress. From checking the photo archives it is about a couple of weeks ahead of time. The leaves are starting to form now and soon they will be growing with those long red shoots. If you check the link above you will see the photo in that post was taken April 20.
The orange daylilies or ditch lilies always grow with fury, multiplying and spreading like wildfire. It seems no matter how much I dig them and give them away or move them to other areas of the garden they come back much stronger.
The feverfew and sage are showing their leaves. I can’t wait to get some annual herbs as well.
The purple crocus are starting to bloom while some of the yellow and white ones are finishing. These grow in a shady north facing garden.
Small bunches of leaves are appearing on the honeysuckle vine.
It is lovely to see new growth and a promise of better days to come. These daffodils in the north facing shady garden will be blooming soon.
How is your garden doing at the beginning of April?
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