This has been such a wonderful spring for gardening (in the SE U.S.) After 10 years of drought, plants are responding to abundant spring rains with abandon.
Our garden looks great, compared to what it's looked like in recent years. And my tomatoes, beans, squash and other summer vegetables are robust beyond anything that I've had before, since I started growing vegetables in earnest ~10 years ago.
This volunteer purple coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) is huge and the meadow is looking robust.
And the side border is looking as nice as it ever has.
I've been so grateful for the rain, and it's heightened our appreciation of our garden landscape.
Our gardening assistant (Mocha) likes being at home, too.