Now that things are beginning to really come out of the ground I feel like I'm continually telling everyone to watch where they're walking. So many perennials and bulbs are just emerging and I want to make sure we can enjoy the blooms later this spring and summer. Standing and looking at the big picture a lot of people don't notice the small details (unless you're a gardener) until they really look.
Just look what might get stepped on if they're not paying attention:
Blue Lady Hellebore. I just planted her, and she's already showing a flower bud.
The flowers look similar to a primula, but I don't remember it's name.
When I pulled away the dead foliage I could see several babies nearby.
Lot's of tulips are finally beginning to show.
The oriental lilies got pretty beat up last year. I've moved most of them, but I guess I forgot this one. I think I'll let it bloom and then move it later.
I'm glad to see that this heucherella returned. I transplanted it during the summer and it didn't look very happy. I'm glad to see it survived the move.