Yeah. I'm early with these. So what. Some of them are early too.
I hate squirrels.
Scattered seeds collected from Larry's bulbs last spring produced these.
Nearly black columbine
May Night Salvia
Eastern Red? Scott? Any help?
Lunaria and what will some day be an 8' wide and tall azalea.
A dark leafed weigela just beyond the Korean Lilac. It was a gift from Trevor.
Miss Bateman didn't climb much this year. I had hoped she would climb the crape myrtle she's planted beneath.
Self-sown red clover blooms in front of the swing in what used to be the meadow area. I haven't cut the grass in a couple weeks. I was curious. I'll mow selected areas this afternoon. Maybe. Bridal Wreath spirea is next to the swing.
Past blooms became peaches. I need to thin them.
Another salvia. Rescued from the clearance rack last fall.
Bath's Pink dianthus grown from cuttings Jim sent. I have several clumps blooming heavily this year. They took a while to recover after I planted them last spring. It was a hard summer for lots of things.
Two year old Siberian Wallflowers are looking nice on the hill.
And a wintersown lupine that just sat there all summer and winter has been blooming for about a week.
It's 64 degrees and cloudy. A tish of rain fell overnight. Another day off, I'm planning to clean the house.