There is not so much blooming now, but new things continue to surprise and delight! I have most of my planting done– the hanging baskets, flower planters, tomatoes and beans. I also got a grape plant that is planted and bursting forth in leaf. Now about the weeding, not so good….
75° and sunny– beautiful day and beautiful week.
Lily of the Valley-- Sweet little flowers with a big fragrance
White bleeding heart. This plant has struggled a bit next to the behemoth pink one. I'm guessing the white is a bit less hardy.
A water iris in the pond. This is the first to bloom, a bunch more are just about to pop. That's dogwood surrounding it.
Clematis on the Glory Gazebo. We planted this last year so it is doing very well. We are hoping that between this plant and the three trumpet vines on the other corners that we will get a decent canopy to sit under. The real canopy shredded quickly on our windy ridge and we realized that wasn't going to work.
Clematis close up. I don't know what kind this is...any guesses?
One of the hanging baskets I planted. I just love these smaller petunias. They should fill in nicely in a few weeks.
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