In Dothan today, I could hardly look at garden plants because it was so cold and I had not dressed for such a windy day in an unlined jacket and no head covering. The garden clerk at Lowe's said she'd had to run down to Target and buy a sweater because she hadn't anticipated such cool wind either.
The Mexican restaurant where we ate lunch had large plantings of yellow, white and orange violas -- so festive.
At home, I potted up alternanthera cuttings that rooted in water in two 18-cell flats. Nineteen chartreuse and the rest in red except for two pentas to finish out the cells. I think I'll put the purple cuttings directly into the garden. I'm anxious to see if any return from the dead.
Pine straw stored in stick house.