Friday, April 15, 2016

Blackberry Winter on Bloom Day

We are having perhaps the last cool spell before warm weather sets in. Blackberries are blooming.


Yesterday it rained most of the day. Today is dreary with overcast skies.


























Echinacea is coming into bloom along with Farinacea 'Victoria' and great wads of the thug Spiderwort. Roses are starting to bloom. Even He-Who-Mows noticed Julia Child's yellow blooms.



Knockout Rose Bushes, unpruned, have reached six feet.



Snowball Viburnum bloomed better than ever this year and is joined by native Baptisia alba.



Iris is blooming. This white and yellow one with orange falls came from Janie Varley in Texas.


 These blue 'swamp iris' have been here forever.

Mexican Hats and Rose Campion have scattering blooms just beginning in beds with Angel Trumpets which put out early foliage which has not bifurcated, so there are no buds to brag about just yet.

Happy Bloom Day.

Visit other gardens at May Dreams Gardens to enjoy the Glories of Spring.

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