I don't remember planting this. I had started to ask for help identifying it, then looked up ajuga, and think it's adjuga reptans. The leaves look a little different, but the blooms look the same to me. I'm assuming these stems sticking out all over are looking for soil to take root in. I have some chocolate chip ajuga that I decided not to plant after finding out it's poisonous, and now this has popped up. I'll have to figure out what to do with this, as it's right at our grandson's level.
Here is a closer photo of the blooms.
I have had these in a washtub in the back yard for a couple years or so, and asked for the ID last year, but don't remember if I got it. I'm thinking it's a wildflower or a weed.
I did a search to figure out what my smaller comfrey with blue blooms is called, and all I could find was dwarf comfrey. The photos did not show blue flowers, but maybe there are different kinds of it. I moved this plant to this location a couple weeks ago, and it doesn't seem to mind.
I've shown the Prairie Smoke geum already, but it wasn't as full of blooms, and this is a better photo.
I just spent some time digging out the tags that I had in the house for my perennial geraniums, but I don't think I found this one. It was small when I planted it last year. I'm glad to see that it survived winter and has grown and is beginning to bloom. I love the foliage on it.
I can't remember the name of this geranium, either, but it bloomed spring through fall last year.
This one, I just planted this year. It' is 'Visions'.
This is 'Orkney Cherry'. I just planted it this year, too.
The lilies of the valley have lots of buds and a few open blooms. I didn't notice the insect on this one until I saw the photo.
Here's one of my favorites of the pansies that are just beginning to bloom. I have some in the front, and some to greet us just out the back door.
To see more blooms or post yours, go see Tootsie, from Tootsie Times, as she hosts Flaunt Your Flowers/Fertilizer Friday. Her button is in my sidebar.