The weather has been crazy here lately. The day before yesterday, the kids had a delayed school start for snow and, a few hours later, it was warm enough to open the windows.
For the most part, things did better than I hoped.
March 13: still thankfully dormant. The tips are swelling a touch but still tightly closed.
march 2: dormant.
March 12: about the same. I was worried about these during the cold weather as they were the furthest along of all my plants.
March 2: side shoots 1-2 inches, some closed flower buds.
March 12: a little more growth. I’m not sure if the newest bits are leaves or flower buds. Too small to tell!
March 2: some leaf growth
March 12: about the same. Maybe 8-9. These look great even through the snow.
March 2: 7-8 inches of growth.
I really need to pull the grass that’s growing around these…
March 2: swollen tips, no growth/leaves
March 12: about the same. A little setback from the snow but there are still some green tips.
March 12: these look great! They survived the snow and have lots of leaves on them.
March 2: some leaves, 2 open blooms
March 12: a few more leaves! I thought these little leaves would be goners during the freeze since I lost the first leaves on this last year to a similar late frost.
March 2: very few leaves
March 12: leaves are goners. They are back to sticks.
March 2: few leaves, lots of emerging tips
March 12: a few blossoms popped out but they were gone with the frost.
March 2: dormant
March 12: more growth, maybe a new cane or two.
March 2: some leaves, no new canes
March 12: I never finished transplanting them. One of the transplanted plants looks dead though I’m not sure if it was the trauma of transplantation or the frost.
March 2: new leaves. Half through transplanting to new location.
March12: about the same.
March 2: small amount of lavender growth, chives 6 inches high
Veggies: none planted.