The cilantro from last year has already reseeded and sprouted. It smells wonderful.
Though looking a little sad, the mustard greens have sprouted.
The collards wintered over beautifully. It never went under 15F so the collards continued to produce.
This lone parsley even survived the winter. A biennial here, parsley reseeds easily and usually dies back during our winter, springing up the next spring surrounded by little plants. This plant was theexception producing slowly through the winter allowing me to cut fresh parsley for my white bean soup.
My only lavendar plant not only survived the summer heat but also the winter and is showing new signs of growth.