The tulips I planted at the front of the house last fall are looking so good! If only my strength hadn't given out there would be even more. More fill-in will be done in the future. The daylilies I transplanted are taking off as well, so there should be more color this summer!
Carol inquired about my irises a couple of days ago. Here's a pic for you, Carol! You can see that they're doing great after a thorough reduction and a spreading of the wealth throughout the garden. More pics of those to come! Several years ago Carol shared a few of her iris rhizomes with me and they seemed to adjust quite well to Kennewick from New Hampshire!
A Legacy of Love is slowly coming along. It's such a darling design, but those flowers and the color changes involved in stitching them, well, they're a bit of a pain. But I think I've got my approach to getting them done all worked out, so I'm just going to get on with it. :)
When I've accomplished more on ALOL, I'll treat myself by getting my Victoria Sampler retreat project started! The kit arrived in the mail the other day, and isn't the project a beauty?!
April 23 and the retreat will be here quickly, and I'd like to have the project on the bars, gridded, and some of the x-s done before leaving. Sooooo, I should wish you all a lovely week and be off to goad my kids into doing their chores and do some of my own as well!!