At this point, it's been quite fun having new blooms opening every few days. I am once again linking in to Tootsie's Fertilizer Friday/Flaunt your Flowers. Her link is in my sidebar.
I'm tickled to have more iris blooming. This is one my daughter-in-law gave me last summer.
I love the color given by the tulips in my newest planting area, even though they are about finished. I like the way I planted groups of 3 daylilies, then put a tulip in the middle of each group. By the time the tulip foliage is faded, the daylilies will take up the space nicely.
I've shown a close up of this perennial geranium, but now that it's full, I want to show it, because I think this is my favorite geranium right now. I figured out the name is Geranium phaeum 'Samobor' when I saw it at a plant sale last week. I probably got it from the same sale last year.
Several coral bells are starting to bloom, but I couldn't get a good photo of them.
I am enjoying the combination of the creeping phlox, woodland phlox, sweet woodruff, the seedheads forming on the pasque flowers, and the green of plants not yet blooming.
Here's a closer vew of the blooms and seedheads of the pasque flowers.
I was thinking this plant was called water spot, but didn't find it when I did a search. I'll have to ask the friend who gave it to me a couple years ago.
This is what the leaves and unopened flowers look like. Can you see why it has a name that's something like water spot?
The lovage blooms are filling out nicely.
This is the first columbine to bloom this year. It is one that I transplanted from a spot I didn't want it a few weeks ago. I'll have to deadhead it so the roots can develop more so it can live over the winter.
This is the first allium to open. Well, it's almost open!
I love the scent of stocks, and usually buy them as plants.
I can't remember who asked me how I like the scent of the Mohawk viburnum blooms. I went out and put my nose right up to them, and found they did not have a very nice odor. They didn't last so long, either. The berries will look nice if I keep them this year. I may cut them off, because the stem they are on is taller than the rest on the plant.
Hey, Tootsie, I figured out I need to just put a link to my blog on your post, because last week, I ended up reposting the link to my April 8th post. LOL Have a great weekend everyone!