It is a very warm morning here; no sun so far. 68°
Should be a good morning for transplanting some things into the Kitchen Garden.
The peonies are beginning to fully open, the first is this single pink one, no fragrance. It is on the path between the Light Pole Bed and the Ash Tree Bed leading to the drive or to the back porch.
I like the singles and semi-doubles because the stay upright, even in heavy rains.
and this is my 'free' tuberous begonia from a local nursery when you buy $20 in other plants.
and I think this iris is Stepping Out,
Well, I didn't get any transplanting done; instead planted a small patch of sweet corn Bodacious and thinned some of the lettuce. I planted way too thickly...what a waste of seeds.
We had an errand to run this morning so by the time we got back home, it was lunch time...and I am probably finished for today.
It is almost 90° and the wind is very strong. Typical Ozark weather, too cold one day and too hot the next. This should dry some gardens out very quickly.