We had stormy weather yesterday, with a lot of wind but not really very much rain. There were showers, though, on and off all day long. Today is supposed to be showery too.
I guess that is typical for late March, a month which seems to be going out like a lion this year after coming in like a lion earlier. Callie and I went out for a walk in the rain yesterday morning. The weather woman on Télématin just said that it's supposed to rain again tomorrow but then the end of the week will be fairly pleasant.
Yesterday's sunset was pretty, as you can see from my photos. And the tree out front, just off the terrace, is in full flower right now. It's an ornamental cherry tree and doesn't bear fruit. That's a big plum tree, with white blossoms, sort of behind it. It does bear fruit.
I noticed that our potted tarragon plant is coming to life again, for its third or fourth season. I left the pot outside all winter — we never had a hard freeze and the plant wasn't at risk. Oregano is coming up in another pot that stayed out in the cold all winter. Yesterday I planted dinosaur and red Russian kale in two little pots and I'm hoping those seeds will be quick to come up. Then they can be transplanted out in the garden when the weather is warmer.