Cliff asked what I thought about tilling up the yard and planting grass.
I suggested he do half of the front yard, and we could do the rest this fall. The grass in the east part is adequate, at least for now. That way the whole yard won't be mud at once.
I put my herbs on the front porch for the day.
Tulips which were frozen hard three days ago seem no worse for the wear today.
Cliff picked up a hitchhiker, granddaughter Natalie.
The peonies I transplanted from our old yard are alive and peeking through!
So are the iris. Actually, there's dirt on top of most of the iris I planted. I was just being mischievous (and proving a point) when I tossed these down on top of the grass. You can't kill these things!