Thanks to my hot, husky hubby all my plants (except for the male Seabuckthorn) are in the ground. This includes the cherries which required the removal of 3 non-fruiting ornamentals which are waiting for my parents to pick up tomorrow. A few bulbs came up with them, daffodils and a pink hyacinth.
He helped me dig a couple holes before he wandered off to mow the lawn after the plants were dug. I did the rest which wasn't too hard.
I am so relieved that its all done, there's nothing worse for me than worrying over plants that are waiting to be planted. I'm always afraid i'll never get to it and by the time i do, it may be too late-- bare roots moldering in plastic or getting pot-bound or dried out in nursery pots.
But its all done and i survived the anxiety!
On another note, the apple has opened a few blossoms, the blueberries are almost in full bloom. The Jerusalem Arties are annoyingly migrating to the more fertile edge of the garden.... hopefully, by making a walking path in the area and stepping on them will quell their enthusiasm. I plan to do a thorough (as much as possible) harvest of them this fall.
The kale are coming up now, so i'm happy all in all.