We stopped at Wells-Medina today and picked up some groundcover.
I'm too sick to plant or weed today, but not too sick to take a few pictures around the yard.
The most robust one of my 11 Julia Phelps Ceanothus plants is starting to bloom already.
As are those crazy Euphorbia I planted last fall.
I think these look really cool protruding from and spilling over the rocks.
And I think the look fine next to the Point Reyes Ceanothus plants, which are certainly holding their own in the wall.
The weeds are doing even better than holding their own out here. Of course, we haven't pulled a single weed back here since October. (It's time!)
Oh, so this is what fresh spring growth on sedum Autumn Joy looks like. I'm cool with this.
They were looking pretty iffy in the middle of the winter, but I think the Cryptomeria japonica 'cristata' are starting to make a comeback. This was always the worst-looking one.
The fifth and last one.
The moss is making the grass look crazy green.
The sedum wall I love.
My winter hazel seems slow. Why doesn't it bloom until March?