The Santa Rosa has gone plum crazy! (Snicker, snicker!)
As you can see, the fruit trees were unfazed by last week's snow storm. Jerry had fertilized them recently and with the moisture, they are really taking off. The temps are going to be in the 60s and 70s here all week and I hope that was the last of the colder weather. We have been known to have a hard freeze as late as the end of April though.
I also wanted to include this picture because I really like the early morning shadow on our "Barrio" fence! :)
The plants in my little garden are all doing pretty good too. These have still been covered with the plastic.
My snow peas, on the other hand, have not...wish I could figure out "who" is eating them! Grrr! I believe I have the garden pretty rabbit proof but it could be a rodent of some kind or even the silly little birds who have claimed the garden as their own. We took down a bunch of fencing that I was using for trellis in the garden and I'm going to try to make some hoop covers to see if that will help protect the plants.
Linking up with Heidi at My Simple Country Living for The Country Garden Showcase.