The first wild asparagus poked above the mulch yesterday.
There are a few volunteer plants under the crepe myrtle. Every spring we get just enough asparagus to make a frittata. Found food is a good thing. It will be a while for the rest of our fruit and berries to produce, but finding what is hidden on the property has been interesting. This past fall we found a couple of hickory nuts in the yard, probably brought in by the squirrels, but haven’t located that tree yet.
We have black raspberries, mulberries and one peach tree. Wild strawberries. Parsley, mint and of course, enough dandelions to gather greens for dinner. Thankfully, no one out here sprays.
As for what else I found yesterday, the azaleas are coming out left and right.
The mock orange is about to go into its flowering stage with the highest buds opening.
My neighbor’s crab apples are in full bloom along the driveway.
The later varieties of tulips are hanging in there, despite the frost.
Nothing says spring like flowers and Easter. Happy Easter to all who celebrate. I am off to make herb roasted onions for my brother.