The back yard got the same treatment, along with some flower seeds in/near the shady corner garden - a mix of pink and red and white Cosmos, some native annual and perennial wildflowers, and larkspurs. Yay!
I also found some really cool stuff around the yard:
|a volunteer Lemon Balm seedling in the yard!!! Another plant|
joins the ranks of survivors of the Martian Death Fungus. I
potted it up to keep it safe, and to keep it from spreading into
unwanted places, as mints are prone to doing.
|New berries/flowers on the Mulberry tree|
|OMG LOOK GRASS!!!|
|The little Chasteberry I planted last Fall, going strong!|
|A white Yarrow, one of only three plants in the former Herb Garden|
to have survived the Martian Death Fungus in the first place. Until
this spring, it survived as a wee, weak sprout. Now it's glorious!
|I heart my Mulberry tree. :)|
Unfortunately for the grass seed in the front yard, and the flower seed in the backyard, last night it stormed like you would not believe. I knew it was going to rain, but I neglected to check the weather reports, or I'd have seen that it was going to rain frogs and plagues, and wash away not only my fresh seeds, but also about half the dirt in the part of the backyard still mostly only covered by dirt. SIGH.
|plans for the veggie beds I want to build in the backyard...|
Hey, guess what? I built something. Show you tomorrow. :)