Bok choy: I had to look really close, but there were three rows of bok choy coming up at the end of the bush bean row.
Dill: This afternoon (but not this morning), there are little dill seedlings popping up all over the Suyo Long cucumber bed.
Apparently, dill seeds germinate best if scattered on top of the soil and kept moist. Voila! Dill seedlings. Last year I had a horrible time with dill.
And now, since my little seedlings are really too small to photograph yet, here are some other photos that I took this morning.
Around the property
Kousa dogwood tree blooming this year
Small sassafras tree. Its neighbor is over 4 feed tall now, but the light was beautiful on this one.
Boots refused to look at me after I chased her out of the bok choy bed. She can really hold a grudge.
Invasive yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus) fighting with invasive oriental bittersweet that we spend a LOT of timing pulling up.
Ronan checking out the new vantage point — the tree that came down popped back up when the rest of the tree was cut away
Here is what is left of the tree. Our neighbor took half of the logs for firewood and we took the rest.