I've been wanting to share one gardening feat I did this past fall.
Notice how my peonies are squished up between the other bushes? Also, notice the space between two of the bushes? Used to be a peony there. I had read that you transplant peonies in the fall, so I did a test one, moving it from less sun and crowded conditions in the back, to more sun and freedom in the front. I full expected it not to bloom, as everything I read on-line said it wouldn't bloom the first year after transplanting. Boy, were they wrong...
So, not only did I have blooms earlier than the ones in back (see first photo, they were all taken at the same time), I discovered I had two different peonies in this bunch that I moved. (see third photo)
I am leaving you with the wisteria that I've been nursing and trying to train ever since I moved in here. At least now it blooms too. It took a lot of work and I have to keep those tendrils in check, trying to get them to cover our pergola in the back. But that's all I got for gardening. I give up on the tomato plants.