The Wilder Flowers
Phlox divaricata 'May Breeze' with Tiarella cordifolia (Foam Flower)
Green and Gold (Chrysogonum virginianum)
I am just wild about Trilliums, I moved these from the 'wayback backyard'.
It took years to get Blue Eyed Mary (Collinsia verna) to get established, I hope she's here to stay.
Money Plant or Lunaria biennis, technically not a wild flower, but since she self sows here and there, well, that's wild!
Delphinium tricorn Dwarf Larkspur with Japanese Soloman's Seal
You see these tulips as you turn the corner to come up the front walk...big box purchases!
Who doesn't love Angelique!
A rather dizzying look inside the orange tulip but I thought this view was eye catching.
My son gave me this sweet lilac for Mother's Day a few years ago...It lives by the window near my mosaic shed. You can smell its sweetness when the window is open.
The last of the last daffodils...I don't know her name but hasn't she a pretty face? She looks lovely with the new leaves of Oakleaf hydrangea (H quercifolia).
and two more of the last of the last daffodils, neither of their names are in my file!
Burr Oak is not really in full bloom, he is the wisest of trees in this garden...he will welcome spring when the last frost is but a memory. I honor him for standing guard, shading my garden, feeding and sheltering wildlife and being so very wise.
A family emergency finds me out of town and at the mercy of other peoples' computers (OPC). This means I may not be able to respond to comments until later....The upside about being out of town...I am not aware of any frost damage to my garden! There is of course a down side, not being able to actively participate in Bloom Day. Have a wonderful Bloom Day. Gail