I ended up with enough sedum to make a bed along the side of the garage, and I'm not done dealing with my sedum yet.
The soil may be a bit too acid here for their liking, yet I feel confident that they will be pretty come autumn.
I had some leftover seeds that weren't stored in the best conditions, so I took a chance on putting them in the soil today. They are all cool-honoring plants, so if they sprout, they should be okay. After all, I have another four weeks -or-so before the last frost.
I lost a favored garden tool last autumn and today as I was working with my beloved machete I hit something, and reached for what I believed to be a rock only to discover ... my wee garden rake! The sun-loving fairies carried it to the Underworld for winter's keeping and brought it back to me with their springtime return. I love the fey that grace this little acre!
One flower bed is raked, surveyed and prepped for growth.
And I relax by a wee fading ritual fire before heading back indoors for a nice hot shower and meal.
Springtime blessings to you!