It's still at early stages (here in Kentucky, you can't plant anything until mid-to-late April, and I had to replant a lot because of the chipmunks). But they are no longer murdering my garden plants, so it looks pretty good, so far. I am restarting my tomato plants from seed indoors, because that seemed like ambrosia to them - not a single one survived! Strawberries are doing well, and we have already gotten some - VERY sweet! The grapes and blackberries in the front yard went absolutely crazy with all this rain we've been having, and I'm REALLY looking forward to when they get ripe! I've got some rhubarb planted that actually won't mature until at least next year, and all my herbs are growing like crazy, except my Thai basil (the little critters really liked that on!).
And the flowers! I've got bulb gardens in the front yard - no muss, no fuss - plant once and forget them. The early bloomers (daffodills, tulips, etc.) are done already, and the late bloomers (like gladiolas) are still waiting, but the daylilies are spectacular! I like to sit on the front porch amidst my flowers, and enjoy my morning coffee with the sun just over the trees in the neighborhood.