In Vancouver, WA we had unusual March and April, not much rain. We usually have hard rain for days and weeks.
Now in early May we have had a few days of rain, off and on.
Due to unusual weather, my multigrafted plums all bloomed too early and no bees pollinated them. So just leaves this year. Cherries are doing much better, they bloomed weeks later and have many fruits growing already.
Although HUD had sent a letter to us to remove all gardens and that they had a plan to create for us a garden area, Covid put them on hold. My state representative I contacted told me let her know if they say anything more. But for now, a short time anyways, I keep my garden. So with the 70-80s highs and 50s lows I planted tomatoes, lots of them. I don’t want to invest in more topsoil/compost or organic slow release fertilizers right now for that reason.