Garage grown peonies... I managed to temper them with soil temps at or below 40 degrees for 425 hours. Now we've got 3 days in a row where they can stay out both day and night and they really need some time in the sun!
Pink Hawaiian Coral with 3 shoots started. This is one of my earliest planted grow-bag plants and I gave it a huge 12 gallon grow bag because I intend to leave it bagged for 2 years. It has clearly spread-out and has taken advantage of it's space.
Lorelei is out in front with a pair of Raspberry Sundaes in the background. This plant really, really, needs sunlight now and the Raspberry Sundaes are beginning to unfold leaves and will want the sun as well.
Lemon Chiffon has put up a pair of stalks that are uniform and very thick. The root had arrived in a very dried-out, withered condition, but obviously it has made a come-back.
I will be glad when the temps get a little more predictable and in the range where I don't have to lug the 13 grow bags around.