Monday, March 9, 2015

My Garden In Early Spring


It has been a long time since I have done a post about my garden.  We had a bad drought in Northern California last year, so we kept the things we planted to a minimum.  It rained here pretty much the entire month of December, however, it was not enough to end the drought.  I don't know how much we will end up planting this year, but here are a few things that are now in progress.

These tiny blooms will be blueberries in a few short months.
And these will be plums.
My first fuchsia bloom of the spring.
Roma tomatoes
Chocolate and Yellow Wonder bell peppers
To me, freesia is the best smelling flower there is.  I have them planted in multiple places around my yard so I can just stand outside in the spring and breathe them in.  

1 comment:

Stephanie said...

Love freesia! Also, I had no idea blueberries had such lovely blossoms.

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