The garden is snowed in

The garden is snowed in

Pots So we certainly got snowed in. Northerners may mock, but in the south snow is A Thing. We had a walk around the house to see how we fared and I took a load of photos, including a couple of the poor pitiful half buried garlic and broccoli that never flourished. The liriope blades and berries sticking out of the snow was a charming sight though, especially for a plant I do not even like. I suppose in a perfect world I’d be starting my miscellaneous alliums this week, but I haven’t even prepped the starting trays. On the plus side the seeds started earlier in the week (lavenders, violas & a couple perennial herbs) seem quite cheerful and the lavender ‘Spanish Eyes’ is already throwing down little roots. Anyone else get caught in unexpected snow? Broccoli Garlic Pots Unexplained Yard Art Hoses in storage Lirope blades and berries Gumballs, bane of my existence The only time the shed has ever looked anything approaching nice Buried raised bed
New

New

Zone-6  a question of leaf identification.

Zone-6 a question of leaf identification.

One big ol’ mix up of thrifties!

One big ol’ mix up of thrifties!

Compost?

Compost?

Vern is looking good.

Vern is looking good.

loft beds anyone?

loft beds anyone?