The mystery flower from a few days ago has too many petals for chamomile – feel 97% sure it is some variety of Fleabane – a pioneer plant of the daisy family:
A few dreaded white flowers of bindweed appeared here and there, and were promptly ripped out.
Forgot to snap a picture, but the chokecherries have survived the wet spring snow and are lush and full with green berries – oh, how I do love chokecherry jelly.
Yesterday, I discovered a beautiful plant growing near the road – Forgot to take a picture, and later in the day – the blossoms had disappeared – this morning? They unfurl again to greet the day –
Tentatively identified as Ohio Spiderwort – another ‘free plant’ that blew in from somewhere – 😀
Areas weeded, mulched and ready to be planted with flowers and herbs next week (full moon on the 14th!)
Then I’ve got just a short week to get mowing done, infrastructure built, so I can be ready for planting on the new moon, 2nd quarter and next full moon….
It feels good to be ‘back in the world’ outside my door, once more.