I knew there were open pockets deep inside my compost bin, but I guess they were a little bigger and more cave-like than I thought...
After opening one of the ground-level sidedoors of the bin and scraping out some finished compost, I noticed several odd, white shapes deep in the hole. Sticking my shovel inside and knocking it around produced several of these gorgeous, portbello-sized mushrooms.
They sure looked tasty, but I wouldn't dare take that risk. So back into the bin they went.
The weather forecast finally allowed me to plant the four heirloom roses that have been languishing in containers in my sunroom all winter. They started leafing out weeks ago (I know, I know...not good), so I had to keep them inside until temperatures improved. Hopefully we'll be done with this snow stuff until next year.
The four roses, ordered from Heirloom Roses, were: