California Poppies are a favorite in the garden,
as pretty here as in their native state.
One of the last Daffodils
Pink and Red Knockout Roses,
same as on the header.
Cecile Brunner, the Sweetheart Rose
First rose to bloom on Sunny Knockout
Sunny didn't look so good in late winter, but
pruning deadwood seemed to revive him.
Julia Child, a fragrant, showy rose
He-Who-Mows likes Spiderwort. It seeds about. I let it
be until it gets ragged and then cut it to the ground.
Camellia season is almost over, but Blood of China persists.
Echinacea are just starting to bloom. Buds are everywhere.
Gerbera Daisies are a long-lasting garden plant. Other plants shown
are Purple Coneflowers, Persian Shield, a variegated
Hydrangea cutting and a small boxwood.
Coneflowers have a notion to bloom now. Persian Shield bloomed in the greenhouse late winter. Boxwood blooms in winter. I hope to see lacecaps on the varietgated Hydrangeas this summer.
Iris and Pentas.
This is the bed where I saw the Scarlet Snake on
Saturday. No sign of him today.
Azaleas, Dogwood and Wisteria are all done with blooming here.
Loropetalum extends bloom season for trees and shrubs on and on.
Dianthus, Sweet Alyssum and Candytuft are still blooming along with Poppies.
What's blooming at your place?
Bloom Day sign-up is at Carol's May Dreams Garden.
Don't forget to leave her a message.