Despite the three unusual cold spells we had this spring, and having to haul my plants in and out, most of them made it. I did lose two cucumber plants and had to buy a couple more, they are still small so I haven’t planted them yet.
My perennials are thriving, not all are blooming yet. But here are the ones that are.
My autumn sage needs a trim, it is growing like crazy.
Esperanza is a texas ornamental plant.
My rose bushes are doing well to. They have been blooming for a while now. I need to dead head them though.
My tomato plants are doing really well to. That’s surprising because they don’t like the cold. I just covered them up during the cold spells. I even have a tomato already.
This is my chiltepin pepper plant, a native texas plant orginally from the hill country.
I don’t have a lot of garden space so I have to make do with what space I have. So here are my three squash plants in with my palm tree. I have two little bitty squashes.
This is one tough annual that made it through winter, my yellow snapdragon. I love the yellow ones, they are more fragrant then the others. Just to the left you can see my bluebonnet plant, it’s not blooming yet.
Last is my green beans, zucchini and one cucumber plants, in my new raised beds. They aren’t doing as well since the cold, and I don’t think they are getting quite enough sun.