From intrepid garden correspondent Scout211:
It’s February, so the early signs of spring are popping up on our property here in NorCal and we are starting to see some nice blooms. These pics were all taken on February 19th.
Top pic: Daffodils from bulbs I planted 5 years ago and they continue to bloom every spring.
Wildlife! Pictured is one of the 20 or so hens that we have roaming around the property during the day. This beauty is a Wyandotte.
Take a long look at that green, green grass because this is the only time of the year that the grass is actually green. The rest of the year, the grasses dry up and turn brown or as some people around here like to say, golden.
The earliest daffodil shoots here, against the south-facing basement window, were about 6″ tall on Thursday. So, on Friday — this is predictable — we got 8″ of snow.
(The daffs will almost certainly rebound, once the snow melts. Those clumps have been there since before we bought this place, 25+ years ago, and have even survived my brutal attempts to thin them out.)
What’s going on in your garden (starting / planning / remembering), this week?