I’m always pleased when the rhubarb starts appearing again as it is now doing. I cover mine with a couple of inches of compost and wood chippings in the autumn to keep the ground a bit warmer over the winter. In recent weeks I kept finding that some animal, probably a fox, had been digging where it is. I’m not that fussed about rhubarb but eat it either just stewed with a sprinkling of demerara sugar or in a crumble.
On Sunday I saw plot neighbour Fran who asked if I wanted some sedum plants that she no longer wanted. I said yes and dug them up and transplanted them on Monday. As they were only small I grouped them together so that they’ll hopefully form a nice big clump. In return I gave her some cosmos and climbing French bean seeds.
Here’s another daffodil picture taken from a less familiar angle.
Happy gardening, and have a good weekend!