They're the same varieties that I had grown last fall, and was surprised by.
|last December's unexpected harvest of Pusa Purple and Pusa Red carrots|
I poked around the peas a couple of days ago (thinking, hmm, maybe they froze/rotted/etc.,), but no, thankfully, they're now germinating, too, as the soil in my raised beds has warmed. February was so darn cold that it slowed things down, but March is flirting with record high temperatures here in Asheville, so spring seems fully sprung.
The early spring wildflowers (bloodroot, spring beauty, hepatica) are all flowering, as are red maples, etc.
This is the third winter that I'll be needing to replace rosemary, as well as not having any "hardy" greens overwintering (I haven't had extra protection), aside from creasy greens, which can freeze solid and still come back.