The rose is down to business now, just filling out its leaves and getting ready for some later color.
|Rose - May 9|
|Liberty Elm - May 9|
The forsythia is pretty much done (for those of you who use that as a reminder: the forsythia blooms are falling so get your crab grass killer on if you hope it to be effective!).
|Forsythia - May 9|
Big difference in the Viburnum - it has put a lot of energy into those blooms over the past two weeks…
|Mohawk Viburnum - May 9|
|Weeping Katsura - May 9|
The Sedum is off on a growth spree, already up about 6 inches.
|Sedum - May 9|
I never got to enjoy the cherry festival this year - the blossoms were so late that the leaves were already opening up, so just a bit of pink in between the new leaves fro this year. I'm disappointed.
|Cherry - May 9|
|Maple - May 9|
Enjoy these warmer days, and don't forget to pick out your next-year's spring buds and blossoms at the Master Gardener Plant Sale at the Franklin County Extension Office on Saturday May 17th, 9AM to 1 PM!