It was starting to look like Spring.
Daffodils put on foliage. I even saw a bud.
Desirable plants were not the only ones coming up. Dandelions and bittercress and Florida Betony welcomed warm days. This hyacinth was fooled by a short chill and warm days and bloomed before it got out of the ground because of the warm weather.
I moved the viola and pansy pots to the bench under the cedar tree.
The tall urn has Chlorophytum which had put on new growth.
It will get nipped back again. I don't have room inside for
all the spider plants so some get to stay outside, where they go
dormant most of the time. This one didn't listen.
The clouds were already rolling in and we had rain last night.
Pansies, gotta love 'em!
We'll grumble and complain through the cold spell. We'll eat chili and drink hot cranberry juice.
I don't think any harm was done by unseasonal warm weather. It isn't as though it doesn't happen every year and we're always surprised.
Linking to Tootsie Time for Fertilizer Friday. Too cold to fertilize now, but glad to have a bloom or two to share.