Well the showers came in March and everything started to bloom in my yard. I, fortunately, did not have any flooding...either at home or my work. My DH's shop was spared but only by the width of the door.
So now after the torrential rains have watered my gardens and swollen the wetlands I need to get to work. My DH finished the hoop house today and I planted lettuce. I'm sure you don't want pictures of piles of pine cones I raked up or plain dirt with tiny seeds. So instead.....
Summer blooms of Bee Balm.
I had a large population of these in the west facing bed. But as the trees around the house got larger and the shade extended there are less and less. It's wonderful to watch the hummingbirds work these blooms.
But I do have shade loving plants in the east garden bed. Mostly ferns...OMG ... do I have ferns. But I went to a Native Plant Sale and bought one of these at an auction.
Jack in the Pulpit hides its bloom under the three large leaves. My original plant has had multiple offspring and I now enjoy a small colony.
I have found Wake Robin or Trillium in the wild but have never been successful in growing them in the yard. I will try again this year.
Trillium are so magical when you find them. They seem to be a secret that has left for you and when you find them......shhhhh...........don't tell anyone.