Last night I dreamed it was spring. I awoke to 40-degree temperatures and a pewter sky. Rain oozed under my coat collar and down my neck as I filled the bird feeders. I shall go back to bed and hope the spring dream returns.
From the shade Garden
Pagoda dogwood a little past prime time bloom time.
White Nancy grows beneath the hosta and really brightens up dark places.
Hostas planted years ago have grown into large clumps.
Allium gone wild, self seeded everywhere...lawn, shade garden, sun gardens, among the daylilies and peonies. I had hopes it would bloom with the peonies but that looks unlikely.
Birds always welcome
Indigo buntings and gold finches enjoy the thistle feeders.
Unknown. If anyone has a positive ID for this bird, please let me know.
The foot tall camassia stands upright but fades into the background foliage.
Immortality always blooms ahead of the other iris then blooms again in late summer.