I have the herb garden informally divided into areas of plant use; culinary, tea, medicinal, and household herbs. One of the center beds is full of lavender surrounding a sundial that has been in my husband's family for over 50 years. The other center bed is for basil and dill.
Rick built a covered platform for the beeskep, after several had rotted from being out in the weather. There are several thymes in front of it, though they are being taken over by garlic chives. Have to work on that!
The tulips are going strong now. I love the pink ones, but I want to move those yellow and orange ones to a different area. I really prefer pastels for spring.
This tree is not in the herb garden, but I wanted to show it. The sand cherry is one of my spring time favorites, not only for the lovely blooms, but for the fragrance. We call it the "grape bubble gum tree". That's exactly what it smells like!
Well, that's it for today. I hope everyone is enjoying their gardens and/or getting a lot of Easter crafting done. I'm thinking about blowing out some eggs and decorating them, after being inspired by Martha Stewart's special.