Chickweed is growing like, well, like weeds. Careful hand pulling without gloves reveals little poppies and larkspurs under there. I left chickweed that is growing around the red alternanthera by the far rock bed in hopes that it will protect the alternanthera roots until it resprouts.
I was looking at blog of someone over in Charleston and he has daylilies in gallon pots in a greenhouse. Why didn't I think of that? Next year, maybe.
A catalog came today from where I usually buy daffodils. They have lots of lilies. I could use some yellow lilies for the new bed that has yellow roses, daffodils and various yellow and blue annual seeds planted. In the best world, the daffodils will be followed by some annuals and other annuals will bloom with the roses. Maybe. There's blue spiderwort on the west end, self planted. Natives will save a garden in drought. I don't know about farther north, but spiderwort blooms like crazy through spring here. When it gets seedy looking, I cut it back to the ground. It comes back with fervor. Might be considered invasive by some, but it makes a good edge for the back sides of island beds, competing well with grass.