I realize that there's not much to look at yet right now, but it's exciting to watch for the first little signs of what might later be fruit. I'm particularly excited for my heirloom tomatoes to start showing themselves. Apparently, they're called "Black Krim" because of how deep and dark their flesh is (and because they are originally from the Crimean Peninsula). So thrilling.
I'm concerned for my blueberries, which had to be planted behind the shed due to a lack of space in the sun. I originally had them planted in a different location, but uprooted them and replanted them in their current, sunnier spot. Still, I'm not holding out too much hope for them. Especially because I have no idea what my soil pH is, and apparently blueberries require an acidic soil to thrive. Without getting too excited, though, I will say that I definitely am seeing teensy-weensy little blue buds beneath the little white bell flowers on my plants. Are those my future blueberry pancakes? Only time will tell.