I love the waterspot...it looks a lot like a phacelia or Hydrophyllum virginianum. I adore either and welcome them in my garden...Sue, your spring bloomers are so very lovely, now on to part one! gail
I agree with Gail about that 1st plant. If the leaves had markings on them when it first emerged, it's Hydrophyllum. I dug out all of mine that I got from a garden club plant sale. It was seeding about far from the mothership. Is your dark purple Geranium a G. phaem? It's really cool. I can't believe you already have Heuchera in bloom. Mine haven't even formed buds yet. You've got a lot in bloom, all of it lovely.
Hi Sue, I believe the last photo is Veronica 'Georgia Blue'. Gail and MMD sound like they know what the others are. Gotta love the blogdom. :-)Frances
Sue, all your flowers are so beautiful, but I think my fav is the candy tuftPrayers, Bo
Your gardens are full of blooms!Wow! So lovely.Sherry
Aha! I love the Candytufts! Your geraniums look awesome, Sue! Your garden must look lovely this time of the year...
I wish my Candytufts were still blooming. They are look like masses of snowflakes when they bloom. Pretty blooms!
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