I can't really complain because we are not experiencing floods, but it does get a tad annoying when you can hear the weeds growing.
Not my lawn by a long shot!
There are breaks in the clouds and I have been able to get out to do some yard work. Today I mowed the grass...well, the lawn. I can't really say there is much in the way of actual grass out there. It is mostly ground ivy, violets, dandelions, and several other weedy things. The crab grass will take over later in the summer.
I do have clover, white Dutch clover is spreading throughout. I kind of like clover. It's good for the soil--fixes nitrogen and encourages earthworms to live in the soil. Also rabbits are supposed to like it so much they might leave other plants alone.
In spite of the rain and the quick growing, as soon as I mow there are brown patched that make it look as though we are in the middle of a drought. There could have just as easily been a gravel pit here instead of the neighborhood homes.
In Florida I have noticed places that have little signs in the yards that proudly proclaim them naturally Florida friendly, using all native vegetation.
Think I will make a proud declaration about all the native plants in my yard. Maybe if I get a nice enough sign, I will be featured in the home and garden section of the local paper.