The wedding is in four days! And the house is filling up with paper pom balls. Or as we decided to call them – giant dahlias.
Never mind the massive amounts of hay grass and henbit getting started, or the ginormous fire ant mound (I’ve never seen a bigger one) also getting started…
What’s getting started outside that I want to be there?
Little squash action.
Little green bean sprouts…
And there’s also the finishers, like my sole surviving broccoli, kind enough to still put off side shoots while I leave it to feed the bees.
Work is madness this week. I hope you’re all well and happy and dirty!
They haven’t bloomed yet, but they’re thinking about it!
These guys dropped all their leaves in the freezes. I love seeing their new growth contrast with the purple stems.
I fully expected the decorative peppers to take a dirt nap (yeah, I said it) after our multiple nights in the 20s since I neglected to cover them. No dice. They’re blooming yet again to add color to the front walk.
Some seeds from a coworker (self-saved from a friend, hand-labeled Chinese forget-me-nots) made themselves known this week in the Heat Bed under the shade of some painted daisies.
I hope this quick post brought some sunshine to those under feet of crisp snow or days upon days of grey skies!
If it didn’t, this one might 😉