We have strange weather this week but I suppose that is normal for March. Most of this week has been clear and warm with nights that bring fog and frost. This weekend we have a huge storm coming in, potentially the largest of the year. Rain will start Friday night, Saturday will be a downpour, and then Saturday night through Monday we will have snow. Lovely. In the meantime, here is what is growing in the gardens.
|Rhubarb! (most important)|
|California poppies everywhere|
|Gophers busy by the artichoke plant. If they kill it... AARGH!!!! You will hear me scream in New Zealand|
|Daffodils are still going strong.|
|Hyacinth and pansies|
I've also decided to participate in a daily prompt over on my poetry/writing blog "Hoofprintsin my Garden." There is a link in my sidebar (go to the far right and hover your cursor over the grey boxes. One of them is a link) if you are interested in reading my responses for the next two weeks. The prompt for yesterday was "Who Am I?" and today I'll be writing about when I knew I was an adult, and how that felt.