Of note on the edible front this week: blueberry blossoms :).
In other parts of the yard, we have an extensive variety of flowering perennials and other perennials that the prior owner put in and a few I've added. Every spring brings new surprises. Before Jack Frost bit my yard this week, I had a beautiful pink and blue scape of bleeding hearts, rhododendron and forget-me-nots by our front door:
The forget-me-nots and bleeding-heart made it through the freeze alright, but the rhody looks really sad.
I also have Solomon's-slippers taking over a corner of a flower bed and lily of the valley so dense in one area that I have yet to find a tool to separate it!
In one of my front flower beds, more forget-me-nots are in bloom, along with primrose and violets (you can't see). Columbines are close to blooming and lilies are coming up (along with dandelions and weeds!).
The garden grows and the weather-guys claim to be sending us some warmer temperatures. I'll believe it when I see it! Have a great weekend!