Butterfly bush in the shrub island.
A white spirea. This plant has been moved three times. It now resides in the shrub island.
Dame's rocket. A couple clumps are starting to push out stalks just a few feet away.
A mum, larkspur, and others at the arbor spanning the entrance to the perennial bed.
Yucca. I dug this one from my parents' property in SC. They grow wild in the woods here. I might regret that some day.
Something new that popped up next to the driveway. Any thoughts?
The new foliage of Ligustrum Howardii is tinged with gold.
More ditch lilies.
May Night Salvia. A clearance purchase last summer.
Elymus arenarius 'Blue Dune' grass. These are on the slope where I have knockouts and lavender.
Poppies, I think.
It's 48 degrees and cloudy. Today will be cooler reaching about 60 degrees. Tomorrow, the heat wave starts rolling in.
Majesty Palms and Peace lilies have arrived at the store just in time for Palm Sunday and Easter. The fragrant white lilies will be arriving in another week. Boston ferns are on the racks. Petunias will be available shortly. It's strange. We went from extreme cold to the middle of spring in just a couple of weeks. I'm not sure any of us were prepared for this. Obviously, the shoppers are happy about it, spending gobs of money just to be outside for a few hours. It's not a bad time to be paid to work outdoors.