Spring is ever so slowly trying to emerge here. Our first purple crocus popped open yesterday.
A few more of the pale yellow crocus have opened.
I was able to get out and rake up a wheelbarrow load of small twigs that have blown down. I think most of the larger limbs blew down earlier in the winter during storms.
I did find some disturbing sights. Like these miniature hostas that were heaved out of the ground.
These next two are in a pot. I am not sure if the rain just rinsed out some of the potting soil or if the wind just blew it away.
The crowns of a couple of these mini hostas are exposed. This has never happened before. I sure hope they live to see the summer.
This has been the worst year ever for my Hellebores. I didn't want to frighten you with a picture of them. They just didn't like all the rain and then severe cold we had. They will live but the show they usually put on is being postponed until next spring for sure.
I hope your garden hasn't taken a hit from this winter.